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Russian centers in Czech Republic hold Russian calligraphy competition


The Russian Center in Plzen is holding a calligraphy competition in Russian. 

Following their colleagues from Brno, the staff of the Pilsen Russian Center decided to invite everyone who learns Russian to compete in calligraphy.

To participate in the competition, one needs to write by hand several stanzas from the works of Russian poets about winter, photograph the work and send it to the Russian Center by January 31, 2021.

The results of the competition will be announced at the end of January, the authors of the most beautiful works will receive gifts.

Varvara Golovatina, Pilsen

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