A three-day exhibition of works by Russian Information Agency Novosti's photographers opens in the old Flemish city of Brugge, Belgium, on Friday. The exposition represents photos which won prizes at many international contests of the last decades of the 20th century. RIA Novosti's representation in Belgium, the Belgian public association "The Russian Style" and the society of Russian-Flemish friendship "Sputnik" have organised the exhibition. The exhibition is being held as part of the annual Christmas fairs traditionally organised by "Sputnik". Russian melodies will sound in the best halls of Brugge. The programme of the fair includes the sale of folk art souvenirs, books and musical records and tasting of Russian national dishes. The Russian fair in Brugge will close on Sunday.
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