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Medici Treasury Exhibited in Moscow
25.05.2011 19:18
Medici Treasury Exhibited in Moscow

Magnificence and luxury of the palace of the well-known Italian dynasty can be now observed in the Moscow Kremlin.
      The exhibition Treasury of Medici will for the first time in Russia present masterpieces from the collection of the famous family.
      Among the exhibits there are splendid glyptic items, unique Florentine mosaics, ivory artworks, small bronze sculptures and jewelry.
      The exhibition housed in Odnostolpnaya Chamber of the Patriarchal Palace is organized in the framework of the Year of Italy in Russia.
      The exhibition runs till the 1st of August.
Author: Vera Ivanova

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