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Moscow Kremlin to Hold Coronation Exhibition
26.09.2013 21:31
Moscow Kremlin to Hold Coronation Exhibition

The Coronations exhibition will be held in the Moscow Kremlin from September 27, 2013 to January 22, 2014.

      For the first time the Moscow Kremlin Museums are going to present in such a large scale their major collection: invaluable relics related to the ceremonies of enthronement of the Russian tsars. These exhibits are the bedrock of the Kremlin Museum fund and determine its exclusive historical value.

      About four hundred exhibits – from the state regalia to archival documents, engravings and photos – recreate the majestic atmosphere of coronation celebrations in Russia and trace the evolution of enthronement ritual.

      Display of these items was preceded with profound and laborious restoration that made it possible to introduce them to public for the first time.


Sources: http://www.museum.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Historical Exhibitions Kremlin Exhibitions in Moscow   

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