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On the 9th anniversary of Crimea’s reunification with Russia, Putin visited the peninsula

Vladimir Vladimirovich arrived in Sevastopol for the opening of the Korsun Arts School and Center, which are part of the Tauric Chersonese Historical and Archaeological Park being created.

    The "Korsun" center is a branch of "Artek" and will accept children who come to Sevastopol to get acquainted with local attractions.  And at the art school, young residents of Sevastopol will study ancient and Byzantine cultural monuments.

In the 9 years that have passed since Crimea returned to its native port, Vladimir Putin has provided constant support to the inhabitants of the peninsula in solving their problems and himself has more than once visited Crimea.

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