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Compatriots in South Korea visited lecture about Russian province

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Compatriots in South Korea visited lecture about Russian province


26.05.2020

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An online lecture for Russian compatriots will be held on May 28 as part of the international project of the Moscow House of the Compatriot and the Coordinating Council of Organizations of Russian Compatriots in the Republic of Korea, the council's website reports.

A lecture to Russian compatriots living in South Korea and everyone interested will be delivered by Alexander Solovyov, professor at Sergei Yesenin Ryazan State University. He will talk about how the Russian province developed in the 19th-20th centuries, as well as about the connections of large and small cities in the regions of the large country with Moscow. As a typical example, the scientist will take the history of Ryazan and the Ryazan province in the mentioned era.

The participants are going to learn stories about famous writers, poets, scientists, entrepreneurs and public figures. 

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