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Yepifan Fairy
3.08.2011 10:33
Yepifan Fairy

The festival programme is going to be very saturated. The celebration starts at 8 a.m. and finishes at 22.00 p.m.


At first, guests will be able to get acquainted with the exhibition of traditional items and walk along fairy stalls. Fans of traditional art can buy souvenirs from all places of Russia:  icon painting, batic, embroidery, beads and stone decorations,traditional and author's dolls and toys. There will be also different masterclasses on smithery, clay vessel making and painting of Phelimon's toy.


After that, the tourists will be invited to the tasty competition of various Russian villages, where they will taste traditional dishes and drinks and choose the best ones.


The programme includes as well "Cossack games", where representatives of the Cossacks of Tula will paticipate.


The holiday will finish with a concert and folk-disco.



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