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Russian Corner appeared in shopping center in Nuremberg

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Russian Corner appeared in shopping center in Nuremberg


04.04.2019


Russian Center in Nuremberg and its regular partner, the Kulturladen Röthenbach House of Culture, took part in the celebration of the 30th anniversary of one of the largest urban shopping centers, Röthenbach Center. Many events are announced in the program of celebrating the anniversary of the shopping center. The shopping center provided an opportunity to introduce themselves to public organizations located next to it, including the Russian-German Cultural Center.

Visitors and buyers of the shopping center will be able to see Russian corner among the numerous counters located in the lobby of the center. Most of the goods are original handicrafts made by our Russian-speaking masters who attend creative classes in the Russian Center, such as interior items, decorations, toys, paintings and souvenirs. Germany is preparing for Catholic Easter, which is a big holiday, so there are many items with Easter themes, which are decorated in traditional Russian patterns.



Everyone who visits Russian corner can purchase extraordinary handmade products, and also find out the information about the activities of the public organization, learn about numerous educational courses, cultural events and major city festivals regularly held at the territory. Visitors picked up necessary thing for themselves or gifts for friends and relatives, and also learned a few Russian words.

Natella Yakimova, Nuremberg 

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