Glubokoye Historical and Ethnographic Museum
On 30 December 1997 in the former building of the City Council (an architectural monument of the 1st half of the 20th century), the museum welcomed its first visitors. It consists of seven halls, which present the historical heritage of the region. A lot of halls provide interior shows: the Jewish shop, the farmhouse, the backsmith shop, a room of a wealthy local man, etc. Every year the museum is visited by over 30,000 people. By 1 January 2012, the museum has 10,655 items in the main fund. The greatest value is a collection of paintings of the artist Yazep Drozdovich. The museum personnel developed a set of museum tours around historical places of the city and region: «The Monastery Courtyard» (a visit to the Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Franciscan Monastery in the village of Udelo), «By Paths ofMosar History» (a visit to the cultural and dendrological complex of Mosar Village), «Secrets of the Carmelite Monastery» (a visit the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin in Glubokoye), etc. The latest project of the museum personnel is a historical and regional trip, called «On the way to Uncle Ignat». The trip includes visits to several historic sites along the road from Glubokoye to Prozorki Village (Ignat Buynitsky's homeland). In 2005, a branch of the museum - cultural and dendrological complex in Mosar village was founded. Fame came to the place due to the efforts of the Priest Yuzos and hard-working parishioners. The complex is decorated with picturesque alleys, sculptural compositions of religious themes, little architectural forms, cosy flowerbeds, summer houses, artificial ponds, etc. There is an ethnographical museum, the exposition of which presents the history of Mosar, its natural and cultural features.
The First National Forum "Museums of Belarus". Museum Catalogue. The Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Belarus, 2012.Additional sources about the museumGlubokoye Historical and Ethnographic Museum. Ekskursii.by