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In the Kronstadt Naval Cadet Military Corps, the Naval Photographic Collection Foundation, with the support of the High Command of the Russian Navy, opened a photo exhibition “Aristocrats of the Seas”, dedicated to the celebration of the 350th anniversary of the birth of Peter I.

Fundamental in the plots of the exhibition’s photographs are the “portraits of ships” of the Russian Navy and sailing ships of the Russian Navy. The uniqueness of the photographs presented lies in the uniqueness of the captured moment and the historical value of the events conveyed in the photographs. The exhibition is accompanied by information and educational materials about the history of the Russian fleet.

The maritime legacy of Peter the Great is grandiose. He left behind a regular Navy, a naval education system and a cadre that continues his work to this day.

Of particular relevance to this exhibition is the fact that it takes place within the walls of the Kronstadt Naval Cadet Military Corps, where it will be seen by cadets – young military sailors, future defenders of the Motherland, saturated with romance, traditions and loyalty to the St. Andrew’s flag. Here, the exhibition especially contributes to the popularization of domestic naval traditions, the cultural and patriotic education of the cadets, and the formation of a worthy idea of ​​the fleet in them.

The organizer of the photo exhibition is the Marine Photographic Collection Foundation. Authors: photographers Alexander Alyakrinsky, Alexander Kilmet, artist-designer Rosita Ruiz – members of the Russian Geographical Society, members of the Russian Historical Society, members of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia.

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