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Tolstoy’s ‘War And Peace’ Left Russia For The First Time…On Display In Geneva

Tolstoy’s 'War And Peace' Left Russia For The First Time...On Display In Geneva
Tolstoy on horse, 1910

For the first time  in history, the original manuscript of Leo Tolstoy’s novel “War and Peace” has left Russia and the Tolstoy Museum in Moscow for a stay at the Martin Bodmer Foundation museum in Geneva.

Three pages of one of the most famous Russian novels, written between 1864 and 1869, became part of an exposition devoted to the timeless realities of war and peace and organized by the foundation in collaboration with the UN Geneva headquarters and the International Committee of the Red Cross…

To read more visit The Moscow Times.

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