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Cooperation between Greek and Russian cities duscussed in Greece

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Cooperation between Greek and Russian cities duscussed in Greece


13.03.2020


On March 10, the Russian Center in Thessaloniki organized a lecture on regional studies and the Russian culture of folk art in Russia.

A. Kinigopoulos, President-Co-Founder of the Russian Center in Thessaloniki, spoke about the center’s activities aimed at developing contacts and cultural exchanges with the twin cities of Russia, such as Pileas Hortiati and Kaluga, initiated by the Russian Center in Thessaloniki.

President of the Union of Advertisers of Northern Greece K. Kostopoulos made a presentation about his trip to Kaluga, visits to the museums of folk art and the Great Standing on the Ugra diorama museum.

In conclusion, the audience was shown a film with performances by Kaluga folklore ensembles Kaluga, and treated to a holiday cake with subsequent tea drinking.

Natalia Suponitskaya, Thessaloniki

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