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Days of Russian culture launched in Iran
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Days of Russian culture in Iran started on Friday, November 8, according to the website of the Ministry of Culture. Every year they acquaint locals with the Russian art and have already become very popular with the audience of the Islamic republic.
The Vologda Lace exhibition has opened today. Products of famous lace-makers can be seen in The Niavaran Palace Complex. The Vologda style of lace-making brought the Vologda region to the world leaders in this industry. The city is still famous as one of the original centers of Russian and world lace-making. Vologda lace is loved and known throughout the world, for two centuries it has remained relevant and in demand. The collection will acquaint visitors with a variety of items of clothing and accessories that emphasize female beauty.
The opening ceremony of the festival of national culture is scheduled for November 9. Well-known creative groups will perform in Iran this year. The Kuban Cossack Choir and the Lezginka ensemble will demonstrate their art. Russian artists will also perform at the International University in Qazvin.
The famous pianist Vasily Shcherbakov is also among the participants of the Days of Russian Culture. He will give several concerts, performing classical works of Russian and Western composers. Tehran University students will be invited to a master class of the renowned musician.comments powered by HyperComments