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Kazan Kremlin Opens Its Museums Free Of Charge
18.01.2013 15:03
Kazan Kremlin Opens Its Museums Free Of Charge
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 On January 20 and 22, to celebrate the 19th anniversary of the complex, the museums of the Kazan Kremlin will be open to the visitors free of charge.

      Among the museums are the Museum of Natural History, Manezh exhibition centre, The Hermitage-Kazan centre, and the Museum of History of the Tatar People and the Republic of Tatarstan. 

      Special prizes are expected for those visitors who turn 19 years old on January 22, 2013. 




Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Republic of Tatarstan Kazan   

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