The main part of the display is the house lived in by Frunze although I believe it is not actually his house but just a typical house that he might of lived in. The rest of the exibits are of very good if you are interested in Kyrgyz history from about 1900 to 1950. Most exibits are described in Kyrgyz and Russian only although about 20% `have descriptions in English. I got told off by the staff for taking a photo - so be warned.
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