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Pushkin museum in Israel receives new additions

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Pushkin museum in Israel receives new additions


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Pushkin Arts and Literature museum in Ashkelon, Israel has received rare issues from the Russian Cultural Centre in Tel Aviv.

The museum was established in March of this year by well-known Pushkinist and Literary scholar Leonid Finkel. In just few months Leonid has managed to put together rare collection of books, periodicals and Pushkin works translated into several languages, including Hebrew. Museum collection also compiles art books and photographs.

Forthcoming yet another Pushkin birthday anniversary on June 6th, teh Russian Cultural Centre in Tel Aviv passed to the new Pushkin museum in Ashkelon some editions with recognized Pushkinists' literary researches, and biographical issues.

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