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Russian European Ivan Turgenev


Russian European Ivan Turgenev exhibition in Russian Center of Science and Culture in Paris has become the bright event in the list of 200th writer's anniversary celebrations in Europe. Rare books from State Pushkin museum and from the Center's library, website of Coordinating Council of Russian Compatriots in Kazakhstan reported. 

The moving exposition tours European countries during the whole of 2018. As of now it was held with success in Madrid, Budapest, and Bratislava. The curators had a goal to show Turgenev as a link between Russian and European cultures. During his life Turgenev did a lot to make East and west understand each other better.

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