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Russian Landscapes: Nikolay Karachevs Photo-Exhibition in Moscow
19.10.2012 09:19
Russian Landscapes: Nikolay Karachevs Photo-Exhibition in Moscow

Nikolay Karachev's photo-exhibition Russian Landscapes will take place in Moscow. 

      The exposition opening on October 23 in Photocentre in Gogolevsky Boulevard presents about 90 large-scale color photos conveying the magnificence of landscape diversity of North Russia.

      Photographer Nikolay Karachev is a recognized master of landscape photography and a passionate fan of extreme traveling. His priorities include Russian North, the Midland of Russia, and the faraway Kamchatka.

      The exhibition will run daily except Mondays till November 4. The Photocentre open hours are from 11 am till 7 pm.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Photo Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow Nikolay Karachev   

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