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Platonovs Festival Attended by Over 70 000 People in Voronezh
15.06.2015 17:54
Platonovs Festival Attended by Over 70 000 People in Voronezh

Actors, performers and exhibition curators from 24 countries took part in the event.


The Platonov’s Festival of Arts in Voronezh was started on June 3 and closed on Sunday, June 14. Over that period more than 70 thousand people visited the program.


      The festival program included 32 plays, 16 concerts, 8 exhibitions, film screenings, a book fair and the Platonov’s Award Ceremony. This year the Governor of the Voronezh Region Alexey Gordeev handed it to the widely acknowledged writer Andrey Bitov.


      It should be noted that in four years the Platonov’s Festival was attended by 150 thousand people. Numerous Voronezh dwellers who visited the festival highly appreciated the cultural event.

Author: Vera Ivanova

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