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Exhibition Two Emperors to Tell about Napoleon and Alexander I
16.02.2012 12:41
Exhibition Two Emperors to Tell about Napoleon and Alexander I

The exhibition Two Emperors dedicated to relations of Napoleon and Alexander I of Russia has been opened in the Arts and Crafts Museum in Moscow for the 200th anniversary since Russias victory in Patriotic War of 1812.
      
      At the exhibition one can see paintings and a graphic pictures, medals and coins, figurines made of ivory, bronze, and porcelain, snuffboxes, as well as memorial things in particular, Napoleon Bonaparte's autograph.
      
      The highlight of the exhibition is graphic works that depicted what was happening around.
      
      Altogether the project Two Emperors represents around 200 exhibits from a private collection.
      
      The exhibition runs till March, 15th.
      
      Source: ria.ru
      
Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Alexander I of Russia Napoleon Exhibitions in Moscow   

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