To see the unthinkable riches, it turns out, you have to visit … an exhibition. Feodosia Museum of Money has collected an exclusive collection of coins. Go without hesitation and appreciate it!
The fund has over 30 thousand coins and 1000 banknotes. In fact, this is a unique piggy bank that stores money from 12 time periods: from antiquity to the present day. There are rare coins of the Bosporus Kingdom, the Crimean Khanate, the Russian Empire, as well as unusual money from all over the world. Today they are of great value – if they say so about money at all.
Getting to the Feodosia Museum of money is not difficult. If you are walking along the embankment, be guided by the intersection between Galereynaya and Green streets. Next to the museum, you will see a money tree that grants wishes.
Why tourists like the Feodosia Museum of Money
Plan to view the exhibits for at least an hour. You will be taken on an excursion where you will learn about the origin and evolution of money, hear the story of the mint that existed in the ancient Cafe – this was the name of Feodosia in the 10-15th centuries.
In 1810, it was here that the first Russian collection of 12 gold, 1004 silver and 1042 copper coins was laid. And today you can see the only coin in the world – the tetrobol, which dates back to the 4th century BC. It is a micro coin that is no larger than a pinhead. In addition, the Museum of Money contains a US $ 1 billion bill issued in 2001.