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An exhibition «… The spirit’s sole sword – a Free word» exhibition timed to 195th birth anniversary of Ivan Aksakov - Slavophilia ideologist, writer, publisher of Den’ (Day), Moskva (Moscow) and Rus’ (Russia) newspapers - opened on June 20 2018 at the M. Lermontov House-Museum, the State Literary Museum’s branch.
June 22 is the Remembrance Day for all those who died during the Great Patriotic War. The staff of the Presidential Library’s regional center operating at Lermontov Penza Regional Library suggested to pupils of school № 13 that they should commemorate those who had fought with the enemy on the front, worked on the home front without sleep or rest, reached Berlin; those, who are not with us today.
The Day of Russia is celebrated in our country on June 12. It was on this day in 1990 that the First Congress of People's Deputies of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (RSFSR) adopted the Declaration of the State Sovereignty of Russia, which proclaimed the primacy of the Russian Constitution and its laws.
In the N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov Museum-Apartment (St. Petersburg) is opened a unique multimedia exhibition. The innovative project includes several specially designed complexes that allow everyone to conduct the orchestra, arrange an arrangement of music, play on the light organ and in practice understand what color hearing is known to have been played by N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov.
May 24, the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Hanoi celebrated the Day of Slavonic Written Language and held the annual ceremony of awarding the winners of the Olympiads in the Russian language, mathematics, physics and computer science. This year, the popularity of the Olympiad movement of the RCSC in Vietnam attracted the attention of more than 2,500 schoolchildren from Northern, Central and South Vietnam.
The whole 2018 St. Petersburg celebrates the 315th anniversary of its founding. The celebration began from the first minutes: on New Year's Eve, the symbol of the anniversary year was presented on the Palace Square - a logo with images of the Bronze Horseman, Rostral Columns, the spire of the Peter and Paul Fortress and the dome of St. Isaac's Cathedral. The logo is placed in the public domain and is actively used for exhibitions, concerts, festivals and large-scale projects in the city and beyond.
The Edward Munch Museum in Oslo (Norway) published on its website more than seven and a half thousand drawings and sketches of the artist. They are collected in a single database and are available to all comers. More than 90% of the drawings included in the database are included in the museum's collection, the rest belong to other public and private collections.