Kurgan was a place of exile for thirteen Decembrists between 1830 and 1857. Particularly, Kurgan was the place of exile of Russian poet Wilhelm Kuchelbecker, close friend of Pushkin.
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The Drama Theatre was created in 1943. Initially, it was located in a former high-school, but in 1953 it moved to a new building built by muscovite architect Konstantin Fedorov.
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The Puppet theatre in Kurgan is one of the oldest puppet theatre in Russia. It was founded in November 1848 by a group of four actor-puppeteers from the regional philharmonic theatre without having their... View mapLearn more
The Museum of Fine Arts of Kurgan officially opened on August 14, 1982. It gets the visitors acquainted with Russian National art of the 20th century.
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The Philharmonic Theatre of Kurgan region was founded in 1943. The orchestra takes part in many festivals in the Ural and in Siberia and they tour a lot.
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