At an interactive exhibition in the Murmansk Regional Scientific Library, a presentation of a book by one of the oldest journalists of the Kola Peninsula and a member of the Russian Geographical Society for the Murmansk Regional Branch, took place.
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On December 1, 1940, Valentina Skok, a member of the Russian Geographical Society and a participant in the historical expedition to Franz Josef Land, was born.
On December 1, at 5 PM, an interactive exhibition dedicated to the book “Journey into the Past" by Vasily Belousov, a member of the Russian Geographical Society, will be opened.
An electronic collection of proceedings of the II International Scientific and Practical Conference “Security of the Arctic frontiers: ecology, history, images of the future”, held in October 2021, has been published.
This year, the "Northern Character" takes place for the 13th time. On November 25, representatives of the Murmansk Regional Branch of the RGS attended the opening ceremony of the film festival, as well as the opening film.
The RGS Youth Club held an open meeting and organized the Geographical Dictation in the Murmansk Regional Scientific Library.
On November, 14 readers aging from 12 to 83 proved their knowledge of our vast and mysterious country by taking part in the annual educational campaign and going on an exciting intellectual journey organized by the Russian Geographical Society.
In October 2021, a photo exhibition dedicated to the unique nature of the Kola Region was held at the Russian Navy radio station “ZEVS”. The exhibition was created and presented with the support of the Murmansk branch of the Russian Geographical Society.
On November 14, a Geographical dictation was held in the Murmansk Region – both in offline and online modes. A presentation of a joint project with the MRB RGS dedicated to the 800th anniversary of Alexander Nevsky took place at the Geographical dictation site in the Quantorium-51.
The international educational campaign of the Russian Geographical Society starts on November 14 at 12 AM. The campaign is aimed at promoting geographical knowledge, as well as the science itself.