MOSCOW'91 Throw Pillow
At dawn on Aug. 19, 1991, Soviet citizens woke to the announcement on radio and TV that an Emergency Committee had been formed to govern the country. For several hours, state-controlled airwaves went dead — except for a continuous loop of the ballet “Swan Lake” that played for hours and hours.
5 months later came the collapse of the USSR.
For inhabitants of the post-Soviet space, Swan Lake became a symbol of the 1991 coup d'état.
100% pre-shrunk polyester case
Moisture-wicking fabric with a linen feel
Shape-retaining 100% polyester insert included (handwash only)
Shipped from US and EU.