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Hermitage History.part 3

Hundreds of thousands of remarkable objects of art, and monuments of the history of culture added to the Hermitage collections during the Soviet period, not only supplemented and enlarged the old funds but provided for the possibility of creating new departments, devoted to the culture of primitive society, as well as to the history of culture and art of both Soviet and foreign countries of the East, and to the  [ Read More ]

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