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Reconstruction of Borodino Battle to be Large-Scale
14.08.2012 12:38
Reconstruction of Borodino Battle to be Large-Scale

Nearly 4 thousand people will participate in the historical reconstruction of the famous Borodino Battle.

      Besides, as the action organizing committee has reported, 350 horses and about fifty artillery pieces will be involved in the celebrations. A special tent town will be built for participants.

      On the eve of the holiday - on September 1 – a dress rehearsal will be held on the Borodino field, where all comers will be welcomed.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Borodino Battle Moscow Region Performances   

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