Russia's most famous museum, the State Hermitage, occupies six buildings along the River Neva, right in the heart of St Petersburg.
They offer a digital collection, as well as a "Virtual Academy."
I read somewhere that the Hermitage exists because of the avarice and foresight of Catherine the Great, who reigned as Empress in the 1700s.
She was a patron of the arts. She wrote a manual of education for girls and volumes of memoirs, comedies and other dramatic literature.