Photo exhibition in memory of the victims of the Beslan tragedy opened in St. Petersburg

Wed, 13/11/2019 - 21:31

Photo exhibition "Remember to live", dedicated to the memory of the victims of the terrorist attack in Beslan in September 2004, opened in St. Petersburg.

The exhibition presents more than 50 photographs of Sergei Uzakov and Valeria Saveleva. As Boris Gazalov, the Chairman of North Ossetia in the North-Western Federal district, told "15th Region", a large number of young people were among the visitors of the exhibition.

"The public of the city, students of St. Petersburg, representatives of the Ossetian community carefully read the photos of eyewitnesses of the terrible tragedy and thanked the organizers for their socially significant work aimed at the worldview of civil society around the world," Gazalov said.

It should be noted that photo exhibitions in the framework of the project “Remember to Live”, implemented by the Association of Victims of Terrorist Acts “Mother of Beslan” with the support of the Presidential Grants Fund, are held in many cities of Russia. So, on November 15, the exhibition will open in Moscow at the State Museum - Cultural Center "Integration" named after N.A. Ostrovsky.

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