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Russian Orthodox icons shown in Budapest Russian Centre

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Russian Orthodox icons shown in Budapest Russian Centre


Art History PhD, Eötvös Loránd University, professor György Ruzsa is the best icons expert and collector in Hungary. He's also a regular guest of the Russian language Centre.

In the first semester of 2018 professor Ruzsa have conducted series of lectures on Russian icon in the Russian Language Centre in Budapest. In particular, he introduced to the audience 20 types of the cast copper icons from his own collection.

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