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Students Work As Guides In Penza
17.03.2014 11:03
Students Work As Guides In Penza

16 students from Penza were licensed to work as guides in the Penza state museum of Regional Studies.

      The first stage of the city's professional competition was held in 40 educational institutions. Each applicant chose a separate exposition in the museum hall, dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the Penza Oblast. 16 school students, who reached the final, carried out two excursions in two museum halls with "My Penza region. Events and people" and "Unfading glory of feat" expositions. Vera Gultyaeva, the student of Penza secondary school number 12 became the best among young guides.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Penza     

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