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Greek students and schoolchildren get acquainted with Russian folklore

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Greek students and schoolchildren get acquainted with Russian folklore


Students and schoolchildren of the Russian Center In Thessaloniki begin to get acquainted with Russian folklore and epics in Russian art. So, on January 24, students listened to a lecture on epic heroes in the paintings of Russian artists, which was given by the artist Anna Dimaki.

Young friends of the Russian Center take part in the Russian Bogatyrs children's creative competition. Within the framework of the competition, children will get acquainted with the work of outstanding Russian artists, who dedicated their work to depicting epic heroes.

Greek students and schoolchildren will take virtual tours of the main state museums in Russia, watch the best Russian films, get acquainted with the motives of a fairy tale in the work of Alexander Pushkin, who talentedly generalized the image of Russian heroes in his literary masterpieces.

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