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Photography exhibition dedicated to the break of theLeningrad siegeline opens in Hamburg

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Photography exhibition dedicated to the break of theLeningrad siegeline opens in Hamburg


17.06.2019


«I'm talking with you from Leningrad...» poetic line of Olga Bergholz became the name of the photography exhibition dedicated to the the break the Leningrad siege line 75th anniversary.

Exposition is open in Tchaikovsky House in Hamburg.


It was organised by International relations committee and Archival committee of St. Petersburg. Consul general in Hamburg A. Sharashkin, Archbishop of Podolsk Tikhon, The Head of Diocese of Berlin and Germany, Archpriest Sergei Baburin, the prior of the Temple of St. John of Kronstadt and the Head of Diocese of Berlin and Germanyhave greeted guests. There were Leningrad siege survivors and WW2 veterans among them.

Ekaterina Ivanova, Hamburg

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