Marilia Petite showed her life path to the citizens of Primorye
A French woman that once has chosen Primorye’s taiga for life and an Udege hunter for destiny opens her travel exhibition in Vladivostok. The exhibition moves with the author. Now it is being displayed in the House of Arseniev museum.
Marilia Petite moved to Russia from Bretagne, France. Her husband, one hundred percent Udege, died leaving her their two kids, taiga and everything in Ulunga village. The exhibition has a map with red thread that connects France with Primorye, showing Marilia’s life journey, photographes and touching textes written in Russian.
News source: www.vestiprim.ru
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