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Museum Friends' Club

Dear friends,

The Fabergé Museum is a young, privately-owned museum which opened in late 2013. The renovated historic halls of the Shuvalov Palace hold one of the world's finest collections of Russian art and jewelry from the 19th and 20th centuries. The most valuable pieces of the collection are the 12 renowned Fabergé Easter Eggs, nine of which were created for the last two Russian emperors. The fact that these unique pieces, crafted by the genius of Fabergé, have been returned to Russia after a long stay in foreign private collections is a great source of pride for the Museum's founders.

The opening of the Fabergé Museum received great positive public response and interest from visitors. In the first months after its opening, the Museum hosted thousands of survivors of the Seige of Leningrad, war veterans, veterans of labor, and art school students free of charge. Today, the Museum is ready to receive all visitors.

We would be happy to cooperate and meet with companies and individuals who care about the preservation and promotion of Russia's rich cultural heritage.

The future plans of the Fabergé Museum include holding large-scale exhibitions both in the Museum and in other venues, hosting international cultural events, publishing materials, and implementing educational projects. We are open for cooperation within the framework of these projects and offer our sponsors extensive advertising opportunities.

We at the Fabergé Museum in St. Petersburg offer organizations and individuals the opportunity to take up the Museum's cultural mission and join our network of partners by choosing one of our sponsorship packages.

For more detailed information, please contact Mikhail Ovchinnikov
Branch Director of the Link Of Times Cultural and Historical Foundation in St. Petersburg: 
ovchinnikovonline@gmail.com, +7 (812) 600-11-44.