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Exhibition of Soviet Symbols to be Held in Tula
28.11.2013 23:17
Exhibition of Soviet Symbols to be Held in Tula

Symbols of the Bygone Era exhibition will be held in the Tula Samovars museum. The exhibition is timed to the 20th anniversary since the final abolition of the Soviet state symbols in Russia.

      In spite of the fact that the USSR collapsed more than 20 years ago, and the Soviet symbols ceased to be national, one can still see a number of objects with them in the streets. The coats of arms of the USSR and RSFSR and their parts, such as the sickle and hammer, the star, a spike wreath, and the abbreviation “USSR” are the most often used Soviet symbols. Portraits, sculptures, and busts of Karl Marx and Vladimir Lenin are also an integral part of the symbolism.

      Along with symbolic exhibits, the visitors will see photos of modern Tula architectural objects, which still contain Soviet symbols.

      The exhibition runs from November 29, 2013.

Author: Vera Ivanova

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