Club Maximo Gorki

MAXIMO GORKI SOCIAL CLUB

Máximo Gorki, which is a Social Club founded by the Russians in honor of the great novelist, as part of the strategy of propaganda outside the Soviet Union. In the year 1957, a meeting of partners will decide to call it Máximo Gorki Cultural Center, as a subsidiary of the club of the same name that worked in Montevideo. From there, he focused on the construction of the building in which it would operate and the processing of its legal status, obtaining the latter in 1959. There is the stable dance group called Kalinka Russian Dance Group. The oral tradition, the meals (chaslik, borsch, piraski, kvuass) reflect a cultural background different from the rest of the Uruguayans, although many people who currently live in San Javier are not descendants of the Russian pioneers.Following this comment, there is a description in English. Máximo Gorki, which is a Social Club founded by the Russians in honor of the great novelist, as part of the strategy of propaganda outside the Soviet Union. In the year 1957, a meeting of partners will decide to call it Máximo Gorki Cultural Center, as a subsidiary of the club of the same name that worked in Montevideo. From there, he focused on the construction of the building in which it would operate and the processing of its legal status, obtaining the latter in 1959. There is the stable dance group called Kalinka Russian Dance Group. The oral tradition, the meals (chaslik, borsch, piraski, kvuass) reflect a cultural background different from the rest of the Uruguayans, although many people who currently live in San Javier are not descendants of the Russian pioneers.

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