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Soviet Childhood Displayed in Moscow
21.11.2014 13:54
Soviet Childhood Displayed in Moscow

The Museum of Moscow holds an exhibition dedicated to the realm of the Soviet childhood.

      The exhibition includes toys and games, books, films and animated films, children’s wear and furniture, photos and lots of other things that surrounded Soviet children from the 1960s till the 1980s.

      The visitors will plunge into the atmosphere of that era: thumb through ABC-books and textbooks, watch movies and get acquainted with work of child care facilities, such as Palace of the Pioneers, summer camps, children’s theaters and movie theaters.

      Special sections of the exhibition are dedicated to the Children’s World department store, TV program Good Night, Kids!, and celebrations of the New Year, which became the major children’s holiday in the USSR in that period.

      The exhibition runs till March 1, 2015.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Installations The USSR Exhibitions in Moscow   

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