Workers, collective farm workers, youth of the city and district took part in the creation of the museum. In their free time, they rearranged rooms, decorated the interior and exterior of the building, and made stands and showcases. Pensioners, veterans of civil war and World War II actively collected materials, household items, various documents, which later became museum exhibits. The museum's collection includes more than 6,000 items, including archaeological, natural and written and printed items, numismatics, photos, ethnography, and memorial items. All these things characterize the material and spiritual heritage of Ukrainian and other peoples living in the region, their way of life.
The underground glory of the salt mine with its unique halls and objects.
Salt panel "Good Shubin". This panel is a kind of miner's talisman. The miners consider Shubin, depicted here, to be their assistant and protector.
Drama Theater in Mariupol. The house is built of Crimean inkerman gray stone in the style of monumental classicism with a huge number of stucco decorated components. On the facade of the building there is a sculptural composition, where the main role is given to metallurgists and farmers as the main professions of the Azov region, to whom the patrons of art perform a laudatory ode. As a result of the bombing the theater was destroyed on 17th March 2022.
This hospital was built at the soda factory and located in the "Belgian heritage," the conventional name of a residential quarter in Lysychansk, which consisted of residential and public buildings erected at the end of the 19th - beginning of the 20th century for the servants and workers.