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10 September 2016

The Hermitage at the Grand Palais

A reference exhibition from the Hermitage has opened in the Salon d’Honneur of the Grand Palais in Paris: “A Century of French Elegance”.

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8 September 2016

Free Entry to the Menshikov Palace for a Day

To mark the birthday of Vasilyevsky Island, the State Hermitage is making a gift to the city's inhabitants and visitors -- free entry to the Menshikov Palace for all categories of individual visitors

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6 September 2016

Book Launch of the Exhibition Catalogue Vyacheslav Zaitsev in the Hermitage and the Donation to the Museum of Costumes from Vyacheslav Zaitsev’s Personal Collection

On 6 September 2016, the Hermitage Theatre was the venue for the book launch of the exhibition catalogue Vyacheslav Zaitsev in the Hermitage and the formal donation to the museum of costumes from Vyac

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2 September 2016

Presidium of the Union of Museums of Russia in Tambov

On 2 September 2016, the Tambov Local History Museum hosted a meeting of the Presidium of the Union of Museums of Russia.

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27 August 2016

The Hermitage’s Cultural and Educational Project at the Okhta Mall

On 27 August 2016, the unique cultural and educational project “The State Hermitage. Museum. Buildings. Collections” began operating in the Okhta Mall shopping and entertainment centre.

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27 August 2016

The Hermitage at the “Museum for Children: Play at Art” Festival

On 27 August the School Centre of the State Hermitage took part in the “Museum for Children: Play at Art” festival organized by the State Russian Museum.

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26 August 2016

Opening of the Exhibition Johannes Vermeer: The Geographer

On 26 August 2016 the exhibition “Johannes Vermeer: The Geographer” in the Masterpieces from World Museums in the Hermitage series opened. It has been organized by the State Hermitage and the Städelsc

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19 August 2016

New Publications from the State Hermitage

The 74th edition of the Reports of the State Hermitage is being prepared for press.

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17 August 2016

New Finds from Ancient Penjikent

The Penjikent archaeological expedition is one of the Hermitage’s oldest. For 70 seasons its members have continued to study the site of Penjikent, a 5th–8th-century town in Sogdia (now in Tajikistan)

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13 August 2016

Marking the 190th Anniversary of the Kerch Museum

From 11 to 13 August 2016, an international theoretical and practical conference was held at the East Crimean Historical and Cultural Museum Preserve in Kerch to mark the 190th anniversary of the Kerc

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11 August 2016

The State Hermitage informs

On 4 August 2016, a story was published on the baltika.fm website under the title “Expert: In St Petersburg Any Palace Can Be Hired for a Wedding” (https://baltika.fm/news/97971) in which Anton Tsepen

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10 August 2016

Opening of the Summer Terrace at the Mein Herz Restaurant

On 10 August 2016, the Mein Herz restaurant in the Menshikov Palace opened its summer terrace and introduced a new menu.

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9 August 2016

Opening of the 3rd Asia Pacific Congress on Military Medicine

On 9 August the General Staff building was the venue for the formal opening ceremony of the 3rd Asia Pacific Congress on Military Medicine organized by the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federatio

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29 July 2016

Opening of the exhibition "Born in flames. Korean ceramics from the National Museum of Korea"

On 29 July 2016 the exhibition "Born in the flames. Korean ceramics from the National Museum of Korea" opened in the State Hermitage.

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26 July 2016

The Hermitage joins in #PalaceDay

On 19 June 2016, the Twitter social network held a #PalaceDay event in which European palaces and chateaux informed people about their history, collections and life outside of the public eye.

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26 July 2016

Mikhail Piotrovsky’s Press Conference at Interfax

On 26 July 2016, the press centre of the Interfax North-West news agency was the venue for a press conference at which Mikhail Piotrovsky, General Director of the State Hermitage, spoke about past and

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25 July 2016

Farewell to the White Nights at the Hermitage

On 25 July 2016, the traditional “Farewell to the White Nights” took place, an event that has for many years been bringing together members of the Hermitage pool of journalists and museum staff.

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22 July 2016

“Oleg and the Rare Arts”. A showing of the film in the Hermitage Theatre in memory of the composer Oleg Karavaichuk

In memory of the musical genius Oleg Karavaichuk, on 22 July 2016 the film "Oleg and the Rare Arts" ("Oleg y las raras artas", Spain, 2016) was shown in the Hermitage Theatre. The event was organized

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20 July 2016

Signing of a Quadrilateral Agreement on Collaboration between the State Hermitage, the Municipality, the Civic Museums and University of Pavia, Italy

On 20 July 2016, the Council Hall was the setting for the signing of a quadrilateral agreement on collaboration between the State Hermitage, the Municipality of Pavia, the Civic Museums of Pavia and P

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18 July 2016

The Hermitage at the VK Fest 2016

On 16 and 17 July 2016, the Hermitage took part in the VK Fest 2016 – a festival of Russia’s largest social networking site VKontakte (vk.com).

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A Word from the Director

    • 7 Sep 2016

      A Medicine for Russophobia

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    • 27 Jul 2016

      The Bridge of Culture Has Not Been Demolished

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    • 9 Jul 2016

      Mission Possible. A team of Russian scholars has flown to Palmyra

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The Hermitage Museum Blog

    • 20 May 2016

      The State Hermitage at the Intermuseum 2016 Festival

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    • 14 Mar 2016

      Tony Cragg in the General Staff Building

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    • 3 Mar 2016

      A Cabinet of Artists’ Books: New Section of the Permanent Exhibition in the General Staff Building

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