Venture Inside of Russia’s Apple Museum

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Feeling nostalgic? There’s a little place in Moscow where you can go and see pieces of retired Apple technology, and consequently, there’s now this posted collection of Olde Mac porn on LiveJournal. Here they are, relics laid out and fully operational, if you feel like playing with 60 various Apple releases, the oldest being a vintage Apple II circa 1977 with a 1 MHz processor, 4K of RAM, in Apple DOS. It’s so old! What a fossil! Is that an iMac? Ha-ha-ha. Let’s pretend we’re there and take an Instagram of it. Spotted by Nerdcore, here are a few choice shots to giggle over while there’s probably a wink-operated Apple processors being installed inside test craniums somewhere. “Back in my day, keyboards had keys!” Whoa, grandpa. Whoa.

Photo credit: Alexey Nasedkin

Photo credit: Alexey Nasedkin

Photo credit: Alexey Nasedkin

Photo credit: Alexey Nasedkin

Photo credit: Alexey Nasedkin

Photo credit: Alexey Nasedkin

Photo credit: Alexey Nasedkin

Photo credit: Alexey Nasedkin

Photo credit: Alexey Nasedkin

Photo credit: Alexey Nasedkin