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Topic - Mikhail Sidorov
Russia's venerable Bolshoi Theater — which survived fires, a Nazi bombing and Vladimir Lenin's request to have it blown up — is almost ready to reopen after years of reconstruction and will look just as it did during the czarist era.
Russia's venerable Bolshoi Theater _ which survived fires, a Nazi bombing and Lenin's order to close it down _ is almost ready to reopen after years of reconstruction and will look just as it did during the czarist era.
"We're not saying a word about our predecessors," spokesman Sidorov said as he declined to comment on the accusations.
"Directors could do things that were impossible before," said Summa Capital's spokesman, Mikhail Sidorov.