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Moscow Kremlin to Display Masterpieces that Never Left France Before
10.04.2016 10:31
Moscow Kremlin to Display Masterpieces that Never Left France Before

A unique art exhibition that nobody has ever seen yet will be brought to the Kremlin Museum.

      Alla Manilova, the deputy minister of Russian Culture has reported about it.

      The exhibits will arrive from France and among them there will be such masterpieces, which have never been  outside its national territory before.

      "The French side is doing everything possible for the exhibition to take place. I am not telling you all the secrets now. I will only say that we expect a unique exhibition, which has never been seen in Russia yet", - Alla Manilova pointed out.

      According to the deputy minister, the exhibition scheduled for 2017 is going to be a world phenomenon.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Moscow Kremlin Museums Art Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow   

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