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Moscow Kremlin Displays Golden Age of English Courtyard
26.10.2012 17:26
Moscow Kremlin Displays Golden Age of English Courtyard

An exhibition of treasures of the English courtyard has been opened in the Moscow Kremlin. 

      Largest British museums have provided nearly two hundred unique historical exhibits, some of which have been brought with the personal consent of Queen Elizabeth the Second.

      The exhibition which has been prepared for three years will introduce visitors to the epoch of the Tudors and the first Stuarts. About 180 unique exhibits will recreate the interior of the English courtyard and let visitors plunge into the atmosphere of the Golden Age.

      Among them there are ceremonial royal armor, etchings, the first edition of William Shakespeare, ceremonial vessels and jewels. The exhibition in the Kremlin gives a rare opportunity to see the best treasures of the royal collection, which have managed to survive the English revolution of the XVII century.

      The exhibition in the Kremlin Museums runs till January 27, 2013.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Britain English Courtyard Tudors  

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