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Giant Nesting Doll Exhibit

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Hello everyone.

I wanted to share some photos of giant nesting dolls.  These nesting dolls were part of the 2010 Russian National Exhibit in Paris.  They are now on display in Moscow.  

I hope that you enjoyed seeing these incredible nesting dolls.  These were handmade by experts in Moscow in preparation for the Paris exhibit in 2010.  The nesting dolls are indeed made of wood.  They were soaked in water in order to achieve the famous nesting doll shape.  



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