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Winners of International culture festival Russian Rome were announced

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Winners of International culture festival Russian Rome were announced


RossotrudnichestvoWinners of International culture festival Russian Rome were announced, Rossotrudnichestvo reports. International Writer's Union has organized the event. The guests were invited to Palazzo Poli to celebrate Russian culture.

The head of Russian Rome festival Vladimir Turin has marked that this event is dedicated to one of the “greatest promoters of Russian culture in Europe, Princess Zinaida Volkonsky”. The festival was also the best occasion for Russian compatriots to meet.

There were five nominations, including Music, Fine Art, Literature, Translation, Public Activity.

Among awarded masters were writer Eugeny Vodolazkin, piano player Ekaterina Mechetina, artist Valery Koshlyakov. Konrad Furman was awarded for his extensive public work. was awarded

Russian Rome initiators have expressed the hope that this festival will turn into an annual event and will bring a positive impact on Russian-Italian cultural relations.

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