The Moscow Ambulance Museum which belongs to the Moscow Puchkov Ambulance Service has opened access to a virtual tour of its exhibits, the official website of the city mayor reports.
The exhibition is divided into three parts. The first one shows the exhibits used by doctors before the revolution. The second one is dedicated to the ambulance station created by the Soviet doctor Alexander Puchkov. And the third one tells about medicine in the modern world.
“It is important for us that everyone has the opportunity to visit our museum at any time convenient for them. Therefore, we are launching an online tour so that any visitor to our website can virtually walk through the museum and learn a lot of new things for themselves,” the chief physician of the Puchkov Ambulance Station, Nikolai Plavunov, said.
It is noted that the opening of the virtual exhibition does not negate the opportunity to visit the museum. For this, it is necessary to leave a request on the museum’s website and receive a notification about upcoming excursions.