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People's University of Culture resumes its work in Cyprus

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People's University of Culture resumes its work in Cyprus


04.08.2020


The People's University of Culture of the Russian Center in Limassol resumed its work after the quarantine. The Russian Center operates on the basis of the Russian House in Cyprus.

“This year, given the ongoing restrictions due to the coronavirus, we will use a new form of work. A cycle of visiting lectures on the art of socialism is planned,” said the rector of the university Alexei Golovanov.


“The first offline lesson took place in the Dream Gallery with the famous Cyprus artist Timur Khairullin. At the same time, we believe it is urgent this year to intensify work using the capabilities of the online resources of the Russkiy Mir,” he noted.

Roman Vavilov, Limassol

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