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Brodsky museum opens in Arkhangelsk Region

The first museum in the world dedicated to Joseph Brodsky has opened in the village of Norinskaya, Arkhangelsk Region, where the poet and Nobel Prize winner was exiled from March 1964 till October 1965.
By Vladimir Anufriyev, TASS
April 10, 2015
Tags: read russia!, joseph brodsky, arkhangelsk

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