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Europe celebrates Ivan Turgenev's anniversary

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Europe celebrates Ivan Turgenev's anniversary


31.05.2018

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Events dedicated to Russian writer Ivan Turgenev to be conducted in Europe. 200 years anniversary of the Russian writer is celebrated this year, Year of the Literature official website reports. 

Ivan Turgenev and European Music Culture conference, round tables and festive events organised by the local university, were conducted in Heidelberg.

All June in Brussels guests can see the exhibit organised by the Central Manege. It is called The Landscape Full of Thought: the Turgenev nature in Contemporary Russian Art. 

In Bougival, not far from Paris, the writer's fans will be entertained with gala concert on the stage situated across the BougivalIvan Turgenev European Museum.

Memorial board opening will take place at la Garenne manor in the end of June. Here Ivan Turgenev and Gustave Flauber, two great two novelists, were regularly meeting. At the same time the show based on their letters to be staged.


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