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English Breakfast in Russia of the Late 18th 19th Centuries
25.11.2014 12:36
English Breakfast in Russia of the Late 18th  19th Centuries

History Museum opens the exhibition English Breakfast in Russia of the Late 18th – 19th Centuries.

      The exhibition will run in the framework of the Russian – British Bilateral Year.

      The exhibition is dedicated to the Russian - English cultural and commercial relations and demonstrates the influence of English art and culture on everyday life and household of different layers of the Russian society.

      The exposition presents interior design items and table sets made of English ceramics by Russian orders. Visitors will also see Russian faience, porcelain and glass items following English samples.

The exhibition will be held till March 3, 2015.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Arts and crafts Exhibitions in Moscow Historical Exhibitions   

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