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Secrets of New Years Decoration in Moscow
9.11.2011 14:34
Secrets of New Years Decoration in Moscow

Moscow is preparing for celebrating New Year’s Day and Christmas. The center of the capital will be decorated with 72 fir trees by 25 November. The height of the New Year’s trees will be more than 9 meters.

4 690 banners in the main holiday colors (red, yellow, green and crimson), 1 686 flags and lots of New Year’s pictures will adorn the city. The light decoration presupposes complex holiday illumination, light fountains in squares, boulevards, parks, winter areas, in Garden Ring, New Arbat, Tverskaya St., in fair in Revolution Square, on 14 bridges and others places.

Author: Irina Fomina

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