A museum in the western Russian town of Netva displays more than 5,000 hangings from 80 countries, ornately decorated in an 18th-century design, according to Euronews.
The design of spoons was developed at the beginning of the nineteenth century and began to be manufactured from aluminum, which was a desirable material at that time and was more expensive than gold.
The first dinnerware was made by a goldsmith of the French Emperor Napoleon III, whose family proudly used aluminum spoons, while the courtiers, who looked at them with envy, used silver and gold-plated spoons..
It is believed that the spoon appeared thousands of years ago, when man began looking for tools to take hot liquid, and the prototypes were seashells, half nuts, etc., and the oldest spoons dated back to the seventh and ninth centuries AD, and they differ from their modern counterparts, as they were flat and had a handle Short with a hole, and on the handle are images of animals that people used to worship.
Most of the exhibits were donated by visitors to the museum, which opened in 2003, as gifts, and there visitors can learn about the technology used for production. About 15,000 tourists visit the exhibition annually..
In another context, Singapore opened a new museum of ice cream affiliated to the famous Ice Cream Museum in the United States of America, as its first international port, which specified some conditions for entry, including the need to show a certificate of vaccination for the Corona virus, or negative virus tests for all visitors.
Among other conditions, visitors must book an appointment in advance to ensure that social distancing requirements are met at the 60,000-square-foot museum, while museum officials said it plans to expand to more sites soon, the first of which is a second American site in Austin, Texas, according to the website. Today Online.