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Imperial Fireworks. Holiday Culture in Russia of the 18th Century
27.02.2015 16:04
Imperial Fireworks. Holiday Culture in Russia of the 18th Century

The Tsaritsyno memorial estate opens an exhibition dedicated to traditional fireworks on February 27.

      The exhibition will be held in the Catherine’s Palace Hall of the Big Palace.

      The exposition presents engravings and water colors of fireworks. The exhibition is designed as a museum show with the focus on scenery adopted from etchings of the 18th century. Thus the viewers will plunge into the holiday atmosphere of that epoch.

      The exhibition runs in the Big Palace of the Tsaritsyno memorial estate from February 28 to May 19. 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Historical Exhibitions Tsaritsyno Exhibitions in Moscow Graphic Art  

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