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Russian Center in Brno holds events for Russian culture lovers

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Russian Center in Brno holds events for Russian culture lovers


31.07.2020

The Russian Center in Brno (Czech Republic) continues to work in summer.

On July 7, the speaking club held its first meeting during the holidays. The meeting was attended by lovers of the Russian language and Russian culture. They met at the Ponava summer cafe and stayed there until closing time.

An excursion dedicated to Old Slavonic and Old Russian liturgical and everyday written artifacts took place in Velegrad on July 12. The excursion was conducted by an employee of the Department of Russian Language and Literature of the Masaryk University. The Russian Center in Brno and the Department of Russian Language and Literature are partners of the Days of Slavic Culture 2020.

On July 21, an online concert took place. The concert was prepared by the students of the Department of Russian Language and Literature Matej Bok and Iva Taborska. Matei and Iva are professional musicians, participants in various competitions and events. The music lovers listened to the piano, organ, electric guitar and drums playing. The concert is available on the Youtube channel of the Russian Center in Brno.

Lucie Kleinova, Brno

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