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Petersburg Museum Waits for Visitors with Dogs
15.03.2013 12:39
Petersburg Museum Waits for Visitors with Dogs

March Dog exhibition has been opened in the St. Petersburg City Sculpture Museum, located in Alexander Nevsky Square.

      Visitors can come to it with their dogs.

      As The Village reports, the exhibition dedicated to animals, takes place here for the second year in a row. This time the main hall of the museum has been stylized to remind of a doghouse. Organizers have developed a whole program for people and animals: from dog beauty contests to meetings with representatives of shelters and therapist dogs, as well as master classes for children. The exhibition under the motto “Entrance with dogs is permitted!” runs till March 17.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Dogs Photo exhibitions Painting Exhibitions in St. Petersburg  

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