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Журнал Russian Gap – осязаемое продолжение нашего сайта.  Это проекты, которые будут существовать бок о бок. Печатный  Russian Gap будет выходить 4 раза в год и распространяться в самых интересных местах Лондона, а также по подписке.

В каждом номере журнала мы решили делать фокус на какой-то теме и эту тему освещать с разных сторон. Первый номер – “Женский”. Второй мы посвятим образованию и детству. Третий – искусству.

В журнале много фотографий и арт-работ, неожиданных иллюстраций и статей, которые вы нигде больше не прочитаете. Для Russian Gap пишут профессиональные журналисты, историки, психологи, искусствоведы, кандидаты наук. Это действительно серьезный труд большой команды!

Вы можете оформить годовую подписку на журнал или заказать один из номеров. Мы отправляем журналы как в ЮК, так и за границу.

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