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Photo Exhibition in Petersburg Stands Up Against Building of Okhta Centre
9.11.2009 12:11
Photo Exhibition in Petersburg Stands Up Against Building of Okhta Centre

The photo exhibition Nyenschantz there is still a chance presents pictures of the archeological monuments, which are facing the danger to be buried under the skyscraper of Okhta Centre planned by Gazprom.
      These are unique photos taken by Novgorod scientists Sergey Troyanovski and Sergey Lyulin at the digging site of the priceless archeological monuments of the Okhtinski Cape. As the organizers say, the exhibition is aimed to attract attention of community to the destruction of historical monument and the citys culture.
      The exhibition runs in the museum of the creative association Mitki at the address 36/38 (apartment 120) Marata Street on Saturdays from 4 to 8 pm till the end of November. Admission is free.


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