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Russkiy Mir congratulates Russian Center in Nuremberg with 10 years anniversary

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Russkiy Mir congratulates Russian Center in Nuremberg with 10 years anniversary


29.11.2019

Russian Center in Nuremberg celebrates 10 years anniversary today, November, 29. All these years Nuremberg is one of the most active and creative centers created by Russkiy Mir Foundation. 

Its workers headed by Irina Fixel realize various projects – cultural, sportive and educational, for kids and adults, Russians and Germans, always responding to the Russian agenda. Musical concerts, meetings with interesting people, kids workshops and weekend campings, lectures, literary nights, discussions and exhibits, public rallies, all types of celebrations are constantly circulating in the Russian Centers' program. 

 “You have become the center of gravity for all those interested to learn Russian language and know more about Russia, its traditions, social life and culture. Let me congratulate you on behalf of the Russkiy Mir Foundation,” says the congratulatory message by the Deputy Director of Russkiy Mir Foundation Vladimir Kochin. 

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