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Sholokhov Museum will Show Exhibition in Germany

14.03.2019

On March 26, 2019, the Russian Centre of Science and Culture in Berlin, within the frames of the international cultural project “Russian Seasons”, will open the exhibition “The World of Sholokhov: Don Cossacks”.

“Russian Seasons” is a major project to present Russian culture to foreign viewers. It was initiated by the Russian Federation Government and the Russian Federation Ministry of Culture. In 2019, “Russian Seasons” take place in Germany, and one of the bright pages of the festival will be the exhibition “The World of Sholokhov: Don Cossacks”. It will tell the residents and guests of the German capital about the life and work of the great Russian writer Mikhail Alexandrovich Sholokhov, who made the great contribution into the world culture. The visitors will be able to learn about the Don Cossacks, the hero of Sholokhov’s works, appreciate the beauty of the Don country and to know about the work of the Museum-Reserve.

The exhibition “The World of Sholokhov: Don Cossacks” recently completed its run in the Russian House of Science and Culture in Belgrade (Serbia). Within a week it was visited by over 800 people. The Museum plans to show it this October in Scotland, and in 2010, – in Japan.

The rich museum collection favours for the wide opportunities to create new expositions and exhibition projects, to organize travelling exhibitions, which are successfully shown in Russia and abroad. During the 35 years of the Museum work its exhibitions were seen in many countries of different continents: Argentina, Peru, Taiwan, China, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Austria. This indicates undiminished interest in the literary and spiritual heritage of the great writer.

 

Tatyana Nektova