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Dmitriy Emelyanenko entered the Sverdlovsk City Art Vocational Technical School №42

01.09.1981 | News

In 1981, after graduating from Levikhinsky secondary school No. 17, Dmitriy Emelyanenko entered the Sverdlovsk City Art Vocational Technical School No. 42, from which many well-known Ural craftsmen stone carvers and jewelers came out.

He studied in the specialty “carver for artistic stone processing”.

Sverdlovsk City Art Vocational Technical School No. 42
Sverdlovsk City Art Vocational Technical School No. 42

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