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Omsk Museum of Education Invites You to Antarctica
19.06.2020 11:36
Omsk Museum of Education Invites You to Antarctica

An online photo exhibition of the Arctic will open in the Museum's Facebook account.

The Ministry of Culture of the Omsk Region reports that the Omsk Museum of Education has prepared a cultural and educational project dedicated to the 200th anniversary since the discovery of Antarctica. 

The online photo exhibition is going to show both Arctic landscapes and the main inhabitants of the mainland - penguins, fur seals, whales, elephants and leopards.

The photos are provided work by the Union of Wildlife Photographers.

The exhibition will open at 4 pm Moscow time on June 19, 2020.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Online Exhibitions Arctics Free Events Arctic  

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