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Art of Indigenous Peoples of the Amur region will be shown in St. Petersburg
In the exhibition hall of the Russian Ethnographic Museum of St. Petersburg, an exhibition from the funds of the Khabarovsk Regional Museum named after N.I. Grodekova "Colors of the Dersu Land", the press service of the regional administration reported on June 9.
The exhibition, organized as part of the Days of the Khabarovsk Territory in St. Petersburg, will last until the end of summer. The exposition presents 180 unique samples of traditional and modern decorative and applied art of the XIX-XXI centuries. indigenous peoples of the Amur region. Among the exhibits are clothes made of fur, rovduga, fish skins and fabrics, dishes made of wood, birch bark and vines, textile and fur carpets, cult sculpture, objects made of bone, jade, and metal.