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Labyrinth. Dragon. Unicorn. What Symbols Tell About - Exhibition in Moscow
23.03.2016 17:11
Labyrinth. Dragon. Unicorn. What Symbols Tell About - Exhibition in Moscow

A singular exhibition that throws light on mysterious symbols is organized by the New Acropolis cultural center, Moscow.

      Symbols universal for the whole mankind will be displayed on huge stands at the exhibition. Visitors will learn more about the meanings and value of these symbold in modern life.

      Every symbol will be accompanied with comments revealing various aspects of them and giving food for thought about their innermost enigmas.

      Interactive excursions 50 minutes long will take place at the exhibition every hour. The guides are teachers of the New Acropolis cultural center and authors of the exhibition.

      The exhibition will run from March 27 to April 24.

      See more detailed information on the website


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow New Acropolis Cultural Centre    

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