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Russian House in Mexico presents Russian art at Tehuacan Festival

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Russian House in Mexico presents Russian art at Tehuacan Festival


A large-scale International Arts Festival takes place in Tehuacan, Mexico on March 16-31. Mexico, Russia, Japan, France, Chile, Lebanon, Belgium and Italy present modern music, art culture and their traditional crafts at the festival.

These days, many exhibitions, concerts, seminars and other cultural events will take place in Tehuacan. Events are taking place on special grounds, in pavilions, on the streets and in city parks. Teuacan City Council signed agreements with the embassies and consulates of the participating countries on cultural cooperation within the framework of the UN Global Compact.

Russian House in Mexico, a non-profit organization, which is successfully representing Russian culture in this country, became a participant of the festival. Russian House in Mexico presented two expositions displaying jewelry, icons and other religious items, as well as Russian state symbols together with Rossotrudnichestvo and with the support of Russkiy Mir Foundation.

As the Director of Russian House Victoria Stasiuk told Russkiy Mir, Russian venue became the most ambitious, colorful and one of the most visited at the festival.

The main purpose of the festival in Tehuacan is to emphasize the cultural diversity of the city, and to make it more attractive for tourists. According to the calculations of the organizers, 19 million people will be guests of the festival this year.

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