Five Crimean museums present the treasures of their collections in the halls of the Grand Tsaritsyno Palace
Five Crimean museums present the treasures of their collections in the halls of the Grand Tsaritsyno Palace along with the leading museums of Russia. According to the Minister of Culture of the Republic of Crimea Tatyana Manezhina, a large inter-museum exhibition “The Romanovs. Memories of Crimea”, dedicated to the pre-revolutionary Crimea and the royal family, is exhibited in one of the most famous museums in our country – the State Historical, Architectural, Artistic and Landscape Museum-Reserve “Tsaritsyno”. The new project was brought to life within the framework of effective cooperation, painstaking scientific and creative work of leaders and teams 003 museum institutions in Moscow, St. Petersburg and the Republic of Crimea, the State Archives of the Russian Federation, private collectors.
Livadia Palace Museum, Alupka Palace and Park Museum-Reserve, Simferopol Art Museum, Central Museum of Taurida, Yalta Historical and Literary Museum donated more than 92 items from their fund collections , — the press service quotes the head of the department.
According to experts, thanks to the rich, rich and interestingly designed exposition, the exhibition is exceptionally bright and memorable.
I am sure that this exhibition will become one of the most significant cultural events in Russia, it will open up the beautiful and little-known world of the summer imperial and grand-ducal residences of the southern coast of Crimea to guests and residents of the capital, and tell about the fate of their owners — from Nicholas I to Nicholas II , — says Tatiana Manezhina.
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