The Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center

The Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center

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The Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center is a new Russian noncommercial organisation, directed at promoting the development of the Institute of Presidency in Russia. The sociocultural Presidential Center includes a museum, exhibition and discussion center, a branch of the Boris Yeltsin's Presidential library and Center for information and education activities and expertise

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    The Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center
    Bolshaya Polyanka str., 23 bld. 3 Moscow 119180 Russian Federation
    (Tel)  +7 4952297589
    (Fax)  +7 4952297589


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