The Presidential Library’s portal from Monday to Friday in Live broadcasts section provides broadcasting of films, video lectures and tours prepared by the Presidential Library, as well as by leading film studios of the country.
In the week from June 7-11, each user has the opportunity to learn more about the history of Russia: the Naval Regulations of Peter the Great and the military legislation of Peter the Great, about the Great Northern War, its course, results and influence on the history of the state.
As part of the video tour Spreading Healthy and Patriotic Thoughts, one has opportunity to visit the exhibition of the same name and learn about projects of social and political publications in Russia in the second quarter of the 19th century.
On the eve of an important public holiday - Russia Day - the Presidential Library presents a documentary film Symbols of Presidential Power, which tells about the history of the creation of the Standard (flag) of the President of the Russian Federation and the Sign of the President of the Russian Federation.
Visitors to the library's portal are also invited to watch the film I Appeal to the President, which deals with a unified information space for working with appeals to the President of the Russian Federation, the activities of the Presidential Administration for handling appeals, a three-level system of the Reception of the President of the Russian Federation (receptions in centers of federal districts, reception centers in the constituent entities of Russia, electronic reception terminals).
In accordance with the broadcast program, thanks to the documentary film of the Presidential Library ... My address is on the Moika, near the Konyushenny bridge..., users will have the opportunity to visit the famous house on Moika, 12 online, to learn about Alexander Pushkin’s everyday affairs, about his family, friends, his relationship with Vasily Zhukovsky as well as the last days of the classic of Russian literature.
The schedule of broadcasts of films and video lectures for the coming week is available on the Presidential Library’s portal in Live broadcasts section.
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