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The Exhibition Dedicated To the 75th Anniversary of Vladimir Vysotsky Opened In St. Petersburg
30.01.2013 13:08
The Exhibition Dedicated To the 75th Anniversary of Vladimir Vysotsky Opened In St. Petersburg
Vladimir Vysotsky

The rare exhibits related to the creative life of Vladimir Vysotsky are gathered at the express exhibition "Poets walk barefoot on the cutting edge ..." that has opened at the Museum of the Political History of Russia. It coincides with the 75th anniversary of the poet, musician, actor whose courageous and profound words meant a lot to his contemporaries.


      

The first exhibit of the museum's collection of Vysotsky was the gift of the songwriter Boris Poloskin – the seven-string guitar that Vladimir Semenovich used to play. The exhibition also features the photograph that captured one of such moments. After that other people began to bring their special memorable exhibits to the museum.

       




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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