A unique exhibition of treasures from Moscow’s Kremlin “Between East and West” has opened in Residenzchloss palace in Dresden, Germany.
The exhibition is one of the key events of Russia-Germany cross cultural year. More than 140 works of Russian craftsmen, including parade arms and rare clothes are on display. The exhibition covers the period between 1547 when Ivan the Terrible ascended the throne and 1712 when Peter the Great declared St. Petersburg Russia’s new capital. Many of the masterpieces represented at the exhibition have never been taken outside the Kremlin walls before. The exhibition will last till March 4, 2013. Source: Voice of Russia