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8 june 2022
Exhibition “Duel. From Future Judgment to Noble Happiness” at the Moscow Kremlin Museums
Exhibition “Duel. From God's Judgment to a Noble Crime" is the first large-scale project that acquaints the Russian public with the history of the European duel, reflected in the monuments of the 16th-17th centuries. Many of which are being exhibited in Moscow for the first time and have never before been seen in the same exhibition space.
The exhibition features more than 140 exhibits from eight Russian museums and libraries, including the State Hermitage Museum, the Historical Museum, the Pushkin Museum named after A.S. Pushkin, Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian State Library, Russian National Library, Military History Museum of Artillery, Engineers and Signal Corps.

The duel as a popular historical plot, covered with a halo of romance, heroism and love, is known to the general public from the novels of Alexander Dumas, Robert Louis Stevenson, Maurice Druon and many others, as well as from TV shows and films, including Ridley Scott's film "The Last Duel". However, works of art do not provide answers to many questions that arise in the viewer, who does not know the realities of the era.Consisting of seven sections, the exhibition will reveal unknown details, tell about how the concept of a duel has changed over many decades, highlight key points related to duels: judicial duels of the Middle Ages, the “dueling fever” of the second half of the 16th – first half of the 17th centuries, the development of an arsenal for duels and confrontation between duelists and royal justice.

Visitors to the expositions in the exhibition halls of the Assumption Belfry and the Patriarchal Palace will see the armor and various weapons of duelists, illustrated fencing textbooks and treatises on the rules of judicial duels.

Tickets for the exhibition can be purchased at the official box office of the Moscow Kremlin on line 3 of GUM.


8 june
Exhibition “Duel. From Future Judgment to Noble Happiness” at the Moscow Kremlin Museums
Exhibition “Duel. From God's Judgment to a Noble Crime" is the first large-scale project that acquaints the Russian public with the history of the European duel, reflected in the monuments of the 16th-17th centuries. Many of which are being exhibited in Moscow for the first time and have never before been seen in the same exhibition space.
The exhibition features more than 140 exhibits from eight Russian museums and libraries, including the State Hermitage Museum, the Historical Museum, the Pushkin Museum named after A.S. Pushkin, Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian State Library, Russian National Library, Military History Museum of Artillery, Engineers and Signal Corps.

The duel as a popular historical plot, covered with a halo of romance, heroism and love, is known to the general public from the novels of Alexander Dumas, Robert Louis Stevenson, Maurice Druon and many others, as well as from TV shows and films, including Ridley Scott's film "The Last Duel". However, works of art do not provide answers to many questions that arise in the viewer, who does not know the realities of the era.Consisting of seven sections, the exhibition will reveal unknown details, tell about how the concept of a duel has changed over many decades, highlight key points related to duels: judicial duels of the Middle Ages, the “dueling fever” of the second half of the 16th – first half of the 17th centuries, the development of an arsenal for duels and confrontation between duelists and royal justice.

Visitors to the expositions in the exhibition halls of the Assumption Belfry and the Patriarchal Palace will see the armor and various weapons of duelists, illustrated fencing textbooks and treatises on the rules of judicial duels.

Tickets for the exhibition can be purchased at the official box office of the Moscow Kremlin on line 3 of GUM.


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