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Fisher and Bard festival Will Take Place in Karelia
20.07.2011 13:51
Fisher and Bard festival Will Take Place in Karelia

Janisjarvi lake is ready to receive fisher-lovers in the end of summer. The lake is famous for its fish variety,including pike, bream, perch, salmon.


The programmne of the festival includes fish hunt competition, the visit of fair-exhibition of fisher equipment, water transport,fisher outfit. Also  participants and guests will be able to taste numerous fish dishes.


The bard festival "Sting of Ladoga" will be taking place simultaneously.The main idea of the festival is a promotion of tourism of this region of Karelia, popularization of  fishing and sport.


Janisjarvi is situated not far from St. Petersburg and nearly on the border with Finland. As the festival is held practically at the frontier zone, it is recommended to apply for admission beforehand. One can apply for the admission to Border Administration of FSS (Federal Security Service) of Russia.



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