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Juvenile convicts from VK-2 of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in the Tomsk Region are encouraged to enter city cultural events for good behavior, diligent study and active participation in the public life of the institution. All visits accompanied by employees of the penitentiary system are carried out in compliance with the necessary anti-epidemic and sanitary-hygienic requirements.

A visit to the regional “House of Arts” by teenagers was organized as part of the Year of Cultural Heritage of the Peoples of Russia in order to popularize folk art and preserve cultural traditions.

Irina Korobeynikova, President of the Regional Union of Indigenous Minorities of the North, conducted a tour of the exhibition of arts and crafts “Peoples of the North – People of the Living Land” for the pupils. The fascinating story of the guide and all the exhibits: traditional costumes, ceremonial dolls, amulets, books – aroused keen interest among teenagers.

In addition, the pupils visited the author’s exhibition “The History of New Year’s Toys”, which presented Christmas decorations made of glass, cardboard, cotton wool and papier-mâché, as well as garlands and tinsel of the Soviet period.

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