On August 28, top-grossing Russian films of the year will be shown in the Center free of charge.
Moscow of the 1950s. Three young girls from small Russian towns come to Moscow in search of love, happiness and prosperity, all those things that people look for in all capitals of the world
The exhibition My\Strange Women by Vlada Alyaska @indie.alaska is open from August 6 through 29
Irina Motykalskaya is a local artist, whose love for the city is reflected in her watercolor and graphic works. In her watercolors, Irina captures the city and its details. 
Basta, one of the most prominent Russian rappers, is a true darling of the people
Book lovers want to share their impressions on what they have read. And where else could they do it, except among everyone on the same page?
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