Prolongation of the exhibition “Bizerte. Fates and Ships”
The exhibition dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the outcome of the Russian fleet from the Crimea, is postponed from May 11 to May 18. Don't miss it!
Dear friends! We are happy to announce that we have prolonged the exhibition “Bizerte. Fates and Ships” for a week. The exhibition will run until May 18!
Exhibition in Erarta is dedicated to the tragic events of Russian history and the 95th anniversary of the outcome of the Black Sea Fleet from the Crimea at the end of the Civil War. For the sailors and their families Bizerte became the second home. This Russian colony in Tunisia housed thousands of people who had lost contact with their relatives and couldn’t even hope to see their homeland again. Each of them faced a difficult adaptation to another world, climate, and social status, but even in such conditions, people were able to preserve their cultural values and traditions. They lived, worked, brought up children, wrote poetry, died and left...
Among the participants of the exhibition there are Konstantin Sutyagin, Tatiana Yang, Tatiana Struchkova (Moscow); Alexandr Kosenkov, Julia Sopina, Dmitry Shagin (St. Petersburg) and many others.