Catalogue of Gifts –Brazil

Бразилия – страна в Южной Америке, которая простирается от бассейна реки Амазонка на севере до виноградников и огромных водопадов Игуасу на юге. Город Рио-де-Жанейро, символом которого является статуя Христа Искупителя высотой 38 метров на вершине горы Корковаду, славится своими оживленными пляжами Копакабана и Ипанема, а также масштабным карнавалом, посетители которого могут полюбоваться на ярко украшенные движущиеся платформы и танцоров самбы в эпатажных костюмах.
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“Scarf of Peace”
Brazil , December 1952
МЗСБ КП 4517 В 968
66 х 72,5 cm
silk, weaving, printing on fabric
A gift from the Brazilian delegation to the participants of the Congress of Peoples for Peace in Vienna.
Brochure “Battle of Stalingrad” (A batalha de Stalingrado) published by Continental magazine
МЗСБ КП 888 П 421
18,5 х 13,7 cm
paper, printing, binding
It contains two articles: "M. Braguin. The Great Battle of Stalingrad" (M. Braguin. A grande batalha de Stalingrado) and "V. Grossman. The direction of the main blow" (Vassili Grossman. A direção do golpe principal). Rio de Janeiro
Notes and text of a Brazilian folk song “And the Danube escaped…”(O Danube azulou …)
Brazil , June 1953
МЗСБ КП 4858
29 х 20 cm
paper, typographic printing, pencil, ink
Notes and text of a Brazilian folk song "And the Danube escaped..."(O Danube azulou ...), performed during the war in connection with the victory at Stalingrad and the capture of Berlin. Recorded in a music notebook by a pianist Ionisie Katunda, who visited Stalingrad in June 1953. The notes and lyrics in a fake book (published in the USSR in 1952) were written by Eunice Katunda, a Brazilian pianist, who visited Stalingrad in June 1953. The inscription on the first page reads: “Marcha popular brasileira / Cantado durame a guerra por ocasiáo da vitoria de Stalingrado, alé a tomada de Berlim”
Traditional whip of shepherds in northeastern Brazil
Brazil , 1953
МЗСБ КП 5394/2
78 х 2,4 х 0,3 cm
leather, straw, metal, dressing, weaving, handmade
A gift from a group of Brazilian medical workers who visited Stalingrad in 1953. The whip consists of three twisted leather straps tied together. The gap between the straps is 8 cm. The handle is braided with thin straw of two colours. At the end of the handle there is a metal ring with a leather loop.
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