New Year retro exhibitions opened in Krasnodar and Anapa
«Gorgippia» museum in Anapa presents Christmas and New Year toys of the past century, Nineth chanel reports.
The oldest are in the form of the Moon, a young girl and animals, they were manufactured in 1928. They might have been hand-made - after October 1917 there was a ban on the New Year celebration and on production of the appropriate symbols . On all factory toys issued later, manufacturers placed Soviet symbols and government-established retail price.
Retro collection of Christmas and New Year postcards is exhibited in the Krasnodar Pushkin Library. It was donated by one of the readers, and later added by one of the library’s employees.
Retro exhibitions will function until the end of the New Year holidays.
English translation by BSN
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