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Rock-n-roll Museum Opens in Kazan
2.06.2011 07:19
Rock-n-roll Museum Opens in Kazan

Visitors of the first Kazan rock-n-roll glory hall will see leather trousers with the autograph of the Roxette soloist Marie Fredriksson, drumsticks of the Scorpions band, and other cult stuff.
      The museum is settled on the top floor of the Exhibition Centre of the Union of Artists in the very heart of the city.
      More than 100 unusual exhibits unfold the history of American trousers in this country starting from their appearance in the Soviet union till today.
      Visitors have to follow a certain dress-code they are supposed to wear jeans; more than that they are expected to love rock-n-roll!
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Rock-n-roll Kazan Museums    

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