The Moscow Kremlin Museums participate in the 19th International Book Fair for High-quality Fiction and Non-fiction ‘Non/fiction 2017’ that will take place in the Central House of Artists on Krymskiy Val from 29 November till 3 December 2017.

The Museum will represent its new editions, among which there will be exhibition catalogues, researches on architecture and history of the Kremlin as well as children books.

Three recent editions of the Moscow Kremlin Museums have top billing in the fair. These are: “Knights and Knighthood”- a book for children and family reading, dedicated to the epoch of European Middle Ages, monograph “Sculptural Adornment of the Kremlin Cathedrals”  and a photo album “The Moscow Kremlin after Artillery Fire in Autumn 1917”, published to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution.

On 1 December at 17:00, the presentation “Chronicles of the Tragedy: Kremlin during Revolution Years” will take place in the Authors’ Hall. The represented edition “The Moscow Kremlin after Artillery Fire in Autumn 1917” will be supplemented with rare stock footage of that days and a story about rescuing palace values during the first revolution years.