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Days of Russian culture open in Yugoslavia - 20 September, 2002

Today the Days of Russian Culture open in Yugoslavia. The Days will last till September 26th.

After a long break, Yugoslav admirers of Russian art again have an opportunity to meet with famous actors and art ensembles from Moscow, such as the Beryozka famous choreographic ensemble, the Moskovia chamber orchestra, the leading actor of the Vakhtangov Theatre, Vasily Lanovoi, and others.

The performances of Russian art figures will be held in Belgrade, Novi-Sad, the second largest Serbian city, and four Montenegrin towns.

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