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Russian Museum Displays Crimean Photos of the 1880s-1910s
7.02.2016 15:07
Russian Museum Displays Crimean  Photos of the 1880s-1910s

The exhibition Crimea in Photos of the 1880s-1910s from the Russian Museum Collection was opened in the Stroganov Palace on Wednesday.

      As the museum press service reports, the exposition opens a cycle of retrospective photo exhibitions Travel across the Russian Empire", for the first time showing in such context and scale the works of Russian photography from the Russian Museum collection.

      The first exhibition in the cycle is dedicated to the Crimean peninsula, which attracted obvious interest in its treasures as far back as the 1880s.

      The historical art photos of the Crimea in various genres, formats and techniques give a chance to experts and general public to get acquainted with archaeological, architectural and landscape distinctiveness of the peninsula.

       




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Crimea Photo Exhibitions Russian Museum Saint Petersburg Museums  

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