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China and Russia museums sign agreement

2014-07-10 17:14:32

( By Wang Chang


Shan Jixiang, Director of the Palace Museum, and Elena Gagarina, General Director of the Moscow Kremlin Museums, representing China and Russia respectively, signed a strategic cooperation agreement in Beijing on July 3, 2014. The two sides will make thorough efforts in the exhibition and preservation of cultural relics and future scientific research, symbolizing a greater level of cooperation since 2006. The Moscow Kremlin Museums, originally built in 1806, is one of the oldest museums in Russia and collects archaeological relics dating between the 14th and the 16th centuries and has over 60,000 precious cultural items.

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