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VIDEO: Museum of Russian Icons

VIDEO: Museum of Russian Icons
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by in Mar 2010

You’d have to travel to Russia to find a collection of icons to rival the ones on display in Clinton, Massachusetts, a small town north of Worcester. Gathered by Gordon Lankton since 1990, the icons comprise the largest collection in North America.

Read more: Clinton, MA: Russian Icon Museum

Museum of Russian Icons
203 Union St.
Clinton, MA
978-598-5000
museumofrussianicons.org

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