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Yegor Borisov took part in the opening of a unique photo exhibition dedicated to the 100 anniversary of the outbreak of World War I
Head of Yakutia Yegor Borisov took part in the opening ceremony of the photo exhibition dedicated to the 100 anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War. This is reported on its official website.
The exhibition, organized in the cultural center of the North-Eastern Federal University named after M.K. Ammosov, presents a unique collection of photographic materials, which was preserved by the famous photojournalist in the republic Vladimir Dobrokhotov. “About 250 negatives of the rarest photographs showing the harsh everyday life of the First World War were given to Dobrokhotov by his own grandfather Konstantin Anatolyevich, who served exactly a century ago as a military doctor in the 46th artillery regiment of the Russian Imperial Army,” the message says. Egor Borisov asked the management of the NEFU named after MK Ammosov and the Sakhamedia holding to assist in the restoration of photographs and the organization of a special photo exhibition.
The organizers plan to arrange a similar exposition in Moscow by the end of the year with its further transfer to the organizing committee of the anniversary events, headed by the speaker of the State Duma of Russia Sergei Naryshkin. The report also notes that “the leadership of the Tsarskoye Selo State Artistic and Architectural Palace and Park Museum-Reserve is showing great interest in the photographs of Konstantin Anatolyevich. The head of the military history department of the museum-reserve Georgy Vvedensky announced his readiness to exhibit an exhibition in the War Chamber of the Tsarskoye Selo State Museum-Reserve.