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Master & Margarita bas-relief in Moscow
17.05.2005 00:00

A bas-relief dedicated to the famous novel Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov is opened in the centre of Moscow, on the Bulgakovs museum. The bas-relief by the sculptor Alexander Rukavishnikov depicts the novels author and its characters.
      The bas-relief was destroyed in the early 1990s and then it took a long time to restore it.
      Mikhail Bulgakov would be 114 on May 15 this year. The monument opening was timed to coincide with this jubilee and the anniversary of the museums opening.


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