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December 11, 2012
Figurines draped with Nazi insignia are seen as part of a display by British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman...
St.Petersburg, Russia
Figurines draped with Nazi insignia are seen as part of a display entitled "The End of Fun" in the Hermitage...
Figurines draped with Nazi insignia are seen as part of a display by British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman entitled "The End of Fun" in the Hermitage Museum in St.Petersburg December 11, 2012. The display has drawn over 100 complaints and state prosecutors are checking whether it violates a law against incitement to hatred, under which two members of the Pussy Riot punk protest band opposed to President Vladimir Putin were jailed. Prosecutors acted after receiving complaints from visitors who said the exhibition by the British artists offended the feelings of Russian Orthodox Christians. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION SOCIETY)
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