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TASS Unknown Photos Exhibited in Moscow
7.11.2014 11:54
TASS Unknown Photos Exhibited in Moscow

The Lumiere Brothers Photography Centre has opened an exhibition timed to the 110th anniversary of TASS.

      World War I, Revolution, Civil War and the Great Patriotic War, hunger and industrialization — year after year, decades after decades TASS press photographers captured all the event of the Russian history on film.

      The earliest photos date back to 1909 — 1920. They show Leo Tolstoy, Grigory Rasputin, and Crown Prince Alexey on a meeting with the Emperor Nicholas II in Odessa, and other famous people.  

      Altogether the exhibition presents 80 reporting photos that were unknown to the general public before.

      The exhibition runs till November 30.

Author: Vera Ivanova

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