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Second Museum to Sergei Yesenin Opened in Voronezh
29.03.2012 12:18
Second Museum to Sergei Yesenin Opened in Voronezh
Sergei Yesenin

Sergey Yesenin had never been to Voronezh and could hardly assume that his museum would once appear there.
      Now the second museum of the well-known Russian poet Sergei Yesenin has already opened in the city.
      The poet's letters, photos and his posthumous mask are the major exhibits, which are more than 150 in number. By the way, the museum exposition has been supplemented with exhibits from private collections brought from America, England and Germany. A special part of the exposition "Yesenin in cinema and theater" will present all the costumes that the actors palying Yesenin used to wear. So far there is only the film costume of the actor Sergey Bezrukov he has presented to the museum his clothes, in which he had played the poet in the film Yesenin. History of Murder.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Sergei Yesenin Voronezh Museums Russian Museums Russian Poetry Sergey Bezrukov 

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