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Exhibition on Nikolay Gogols Travel to Italy to be Held in Moscow
7.04.2014 17:20
Exhibition on Nikolay Gogols Travel to Italy to be Held in Moscow

Museum of Moscow will hold the exhibition “Gogol. Rome. From the Third to the First” about the writer’s journey to Italy in 1843.

      The exposition is divided into two parts:  Gogol’s trip on the Russian twilight road and his walk across Rome. The year 1843 is the most low-studied year in life of the great Russian classic.

      The visitors will even see two restored letters written by Gogol. The exhibition will also include 25 etchings made in the 19th century technology.

      The exhibition organized with the assistance of the Pobeda Gallery will run from April 9 to April 28.


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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Nikolay Gogol Russian Literature Exhibitions in Moscow   

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