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Mikhail Zadornov was buried In Jurmala

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Date: 2017-11-15 19:16:19
Place: Jurmala, Latvia
Duration: 0:45
FullHD video size: 57.1 MB
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3-4 thousand people gathered near the Alexander Nevsky Temple in Riga to bid farewell to the satirical writer Mikhail Zadornov, who died in Moscow suburbs on November 10 after a long illness at the age of 69. From the temple the hearse with the body went to Jurmala: Zadornov is buried in the cemetery of Yaundubulti. The ceremony included the first and second wives of the writer, his daughter and other relatives: they were given a bus. According to the will, Mikhail Zadornov is buried in Jurmala, in the cemetery of Yaundubulti near his father - Soviet writer Nikolai Pavlovich Zadornov (1909-1992). The well-known satirist writer Mikhail Zadornov was born in 1948 in Jurmala, became famous in the 1980s - he appeared on television, worked as the head of the department of satire and humor in the magazine "Yunost", his works were read from the stage by famous artists, and in 1991 - immediately after the collapse of the USSR - Zadornov congratulated the country on the New Year. In the 90s and 2000s, he performed a lot in Russia and abroad. A year before his death, he was diagnosed with a brain tumor.


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