Russian Revolution at 100: The Place of Ethnic Minorities
At Moscow’s All Russian Exhibition Center, the visitor is taken back to a time when many ethnic minorities formed part of a heavily idealized Soviet vision. Take, for example, a fountain with highly stylized statues.
It’s doubtful that ethnic minorities living in Russia today share such a blissful vision, though one need not look too far to see mosques and synagogues.
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