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NY says goodbye to autumn

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NY says goodbye to autumn


28.11.2018

On November 17, 2018 the Russian Center in New York held the gala-play "Goodbye, autumn". Students took part in a holiday concert, recited poems, sang songs and danced.


it also became known that Anna Kaplan, who won the recent elections for the Senate of the State of New York, would take part in the New Year celebration of the Russian Center and speak about her career. 

Marina Terentieva, New York

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