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The 10th Slavistics Contest completed in Lublin

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The 10th Slavistics Contest completed in Lublin


The final stage of the Jubilee 10th Slavistics Contest with participation of students from lyceums and technical schools of the Lublin region took place on April 20, 2018, in the Russian Center of Maria Sklodowska-Curie Institute with support of the Slavic Philology Institute. The Contest was conducted under the honored guidance of the Head of the Lublin region and the Chief of Department of People’s Education of the Lublin Region and – for the first time – of the Russian Center of Science and Culture at the Russian Embassy in Warsaw.

The semi-finals were held at schools from March 1 – April 6, 2018. Schoolchildren had to prepare presentations (in two categories: individual and group ones) on the topic of the language, literature, festivals, customs, rites and music of 4 Slavic countries – Russia, Belarus, Ukraine and Bulgaria, the languages of which could be studied at Maria Sklodowska - Curie Institute of the Slavic Philology. Colorful and substantial presentations and theatrical performances were delivered at our center during the final stage of the contest.

Nominees of the Contest received splendid albums and other prizes. All participants were awarded with the certificates of honor.

Russian Center in Lublin 

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