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Vladimir Vysotsky Museum Opens in Sochi
27.07.2010 15:30
Vladimir Vysotsky Museum Opens in Sochi

Museum of Vladimir Vysotsky will open on the coming week-end in Sochi. The museum exposition consists of the poets personal paraphernalia, autographs and photos. The museum opening is dated to the 30th anniversary since the poets death.
      
      The museum consists of several halls: an exhibition hall, a concert, and an art gallery. The arranged open-air cinema will screen films featuring Vladimir Vysotsky, and documentaries on Vysotsky and his creative activity.
      
      Organizers have already planned out over an excursion itinerary. It will start on Vysotskys Glade, where the poet once gave an improvised concert for his friends during one of his visits to Sochi.
      
      The end of the route will be The black candle monument, which is set up at the museum entrance.
      
      The museum will welcome its first visitors on Sunday, 25th of July.
      
      Source: roadplanet.ru
      


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