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Early 20th Century Post Cards Displayed in Moscow
13.09.2013 00:05
Early 20th Century Post Cards Displayed in Moscow

A.Solzhenitsyn Russian Emigre House has opened the exhibition Orthodox Churches in Poland in Early 20th Century Postcards.

It is an exhibition of postcards from the collection of Alexander Sosna.

In the early 20th century the post card was not only the fastest and cheapest type of mailing, but also one of the major media outlets. The images printed in postcards were the source of valuable data on the place, time and happening events.

The postcards were mostly printed in Imperial Russia in 1890 - 1914, as well as in Germany during World War I.

The exhibition runs till September 30.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Design Orthodox Church Exhibitions in Moscow Poland  

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