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Fragment of Hercules Crypt Frescos to be Displayed in Krasnodar
4.01.2013 15:53
Fragment of Hercules Crypt Frescos to be Displayed in Krasnodar

A unique exhibit - a fragment of frescos of the Hercules’ Crypt - will be presented in E.D. Felitsyn State Historical and Archaeological Memorial Estate of Krasnodar in January.

      "Two-meter fragment of Hercules’ Crypt frescos is a gorgippian archeological find.  This “exhibition of one exhibit” will mark the beginning of the Year of Museums within the cultural Olympics, the museum reports.  Besides, Krasnodar Territory’s unique interactive map over 60 sq.m. large has been installed in the museum.

      Also a re-exposition of the exhibition project Regalia and Relics of the Kuban Cossack Army will be completed. The exhibits will be set up in specially made German show-windows with a climate control system and fiber lighting.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Krasnodar Relics Museums Archeology  

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