Arsenal Exhibition Hall

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The Kremlin houses an exhibit of military hardware manufactured by Nizhny Novgorod factories during World War II, as well as several museums, the newest of which is the Volgo-Vyatsky branch of the National Centre for Contemporary Arts. It is called the Arsenal, because the museum occupies the former armoury space restored by well-known Russian architect Evgeny Asse. All of the city's principal exhibits, lectures, concerts and film screenings take place here.