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Treasures of the Himalayas to Arrive in Moscow
21.03.2013 12:36
Treasures of the Himalayas to Arrive in Moscow

The unique interactive educational project Treasures of the Himalayas is Russia’s only traveling exhibition of Buddhist art, which has been for ten years introducing art traditions of the peoples occupying the Himalayas to Russians.

      The exhibition will run for one month, from March 29 to April 28. The exposition allows estimating fully the extensiveness and variety of the Himalayan Buddhist culture, which has been developing for over one thousand years.

      The exhibition to be accompanied with excursions, films, lectures and workshops will be held in the Vetoshny Art Centre, located in the very centre of Moscow (50 meters away from the Red Square, opposite to GUM, i.e. State Department Store).


Sources: http://exhibition.gimalai.org 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Himalayas Exhibitions in Moscow Treasures GUM  

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