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Saturday, January 14, 2017

Putin ribbed reservation guide of “married to the kings of kings”


An amusing incident occurred in Kerch during the inspection by President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev historical monument – Great Mitridat staircase. Conducted the tour guide misspoke, saying that here “the kings were married to kings.” This caused the smiles and jokes of the first persons of the state.


photo: kremlin.ru

During the inspection one of the most famous sights of the Crimea – the Great Mitridat staircase in Kerch – Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev jokingly responded to the reservation guide.

Conducted tour of the Museum worker said: “On this ladder are the kings married to the kings… the Queens, princesses, kings,” reports Life.

The President ironically said that it’s probably a mistake.

The Prime Minister has decided to support President Vladimir Putin said with a smile: “It is rather the European version”.

The guide quickly oriented and also with a smile said: “the Dutch.

We will remind that Vladimir Putin and Dmitry Medvedev arrived in Kerch on the state Council Presidium meeting on the development of transport infrastructure in the South of Russia. It has already begun.

Great Mitridat staircase is a magnificent monument, made in the style of classicism. It was built in 1833-1840. Italian architect Alexander Digby. The ladder consists of 423 degrees, it built a viewing platform overlooking the magnificent views of the city. The staircase is decorated with statues of griffins and stone vases.

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