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Photos to Trace History of Russian Circus
3.09.2014 12:52
Photos to Trace History of Russian Circus

The outdoor exhibition 95 - History of Russian Circus in Photos will be held in Tsvetnoy Boulevard in Moscow.

      Some of the pictures will surprise both circus professionals and circus goers.

      When walking along Tsvetnoy Boulevard you will see 20 original curbstones with 95 photos. Each of them displays a separate epoch starting from its sources till these days. The pictures are unique. They show first wooden circus buildings, a-la Russe performances and many more unusual things.

      The exposition includes portraits of the founders of great circus dynasties and world famous circus actors.

      The exhibition runs from September 3 to October 11. A jubilee gala performance will be held in the Circus in Tsvetnoy Boulevard on the last day of the exhibition.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Street Exhibitions Russian Circus Exhibitions in Moscow Photo Exhibitions  

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