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Exhibition of Headgears of 17th-20th Centuries Opens in Tula
5.10.2012 10:18
Exhibition of Headgears of 17th-20th Centuries Opens in Tula

A new exhibition has been opened in the Museum Exhibition Center “Tula Antiquities”.

      The exhibition will acquaint Tula dwellers with peculiarities of headdresses in Russia of the 17th - early 20th centuries. The clothes have always been a reflection of the epoch and changed together with its laws, customs, and governors. 

      Headdresses were divided into daily and festive ones, the latter having a variety of ornaments and decorations. Festive headdresses and headgears of rich and privileged estates were often decorated with furs and jewels. 

      All visitors of the exhibition will have a chance to learn about the history and rules of wearing headdresses in Russia.

      The exhibition runs till the beginning of April, 2013.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Tula Headdresses Exhibitions in Tula National Dress  

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