The gardens of the Russian Museum include: Summer and Mikhailovsky Gardens, the garden at the House of Peter the Great, Engineering Square and the Garden of the Mikhailovsky Castle, couriers of the Mikhailovsky and Marble Palaces.
From January 17 to January 27, 2020 at exactly 12 o’clock on the berm of the Mikhailovsky Palace the excursion “Gardens of the Russian Museum during the Siege of Leningrad” will begin. Excursions are held on the territory of the Mikhailovsky and Summer Gardens. The question is dedicated to this topic.
During the Great Patriotic War, the Mikhailovsky Garden, in official documents, was called the MOPR Garden (International Organization for Assisting the Revolutionaries). A sculpture from the collection of the Russian Museum was sheltered on the territory of the garden; slit shelters were excavated, the parapets of which were planted with grass in the autumn of 1941. In September, the garden to them. MOPR occupies a military unit, and in November, exercises of fighters of the Dzerzhinsky district are held in the garden. The question concerns the Rossi pavilion.
WHAT WAS IN THE RUSSIAN PAVILION IN THE MIKHAILOVSKY GARDEN, DURING THE BLOCKADE OF LENINGRAD?
Options can be written in the comments. Have a nice weekend. We will publish the answer on Monday, although it may appear earlier in your comments. The answer can be heard visiting the excursions “Gardens of the Russian Museum during the Siege of Leningrad”, organized by the Russian Museum.
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