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Photos of the winners of the prestigious Andrei Stenin International Photo Contest will be shown in Cape Town this month.

2019-10-08 02:19:00 PM

Photos of the winners of the prestigious Andrei Stenin International Photo Contest will be shown in Cape Town this month.

Photos of the winners of the prestigious Andrei Stenin International Photo Contest will be shown in Cape Town this month.

The prestigious annual contest is organised by the Rossiya Segodnya news agency under the aegis of the Commission of the Russian Federation for Unesco.The exhibition, which opens at the FORM photo gallery at 56 Roeland Street, Cape Town on October 10, will display dozens of photos by the world’s best young photographers from Russia, South Africa, Italy, the US, Germany, France, Spain and India. 

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