Part of Greece.
On April 10, the Head of the “International Anti-Corruption Assembly” Vyacheslav Sayenko, after laying flowers at the monument to the Greek Prince Konstantin Aleksandrovich Ipsilanti, was invited to the opening of the exhibition “The Vidlunnya of walnut antichnosti”, which is held at the National Museum of Ukrainian Folk Decorative Art in the territory of the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra under the patronage of the Embassy of the Hellenic Republic in Ukraine.
The exhibition was created thanks to the private collection of “Acroteras Griegas”, which belongs to the architect Vasilios Cituros (Athens, Greece) and consists of antefixes (decorative ceramics – frontal tiles, which decorated the roofs of ancient temples, which gave them a solemn appearance).
The opening speech was taken by the Director General of the National Museum of Ukrainian Decorative Art Ludmila Strokova. Representatives of the Embassy of Greece in Ukraine also addressed the audience.