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Hello, Teddy! Exhibition to Open in Moscow
29.11.2011 13:35
Hello, Teddy! Exhibition to Open in Moscow
Vinki, the participant of the Teddy Exhibition in 2008

An exhibition “Hello, Teddy!” will be opened in Moscow on December, 1. It is dedicated to famous Teddy Bear, who will celebrate 110 years in 2012. 

      The festival will be held in “T-Modul” hall, not far from “Belorusskaya” metro station. The exhibition will look like a magic teddy forest, full of surprises and different kinds of toys – antique and modern, paper and plastic, mechanical and wooden bears and other amazing creatures. Several vintage teddy bears will be brought from Paris, Prague and London.

      Teddy is a hero with an interesting biography. The first museum of teddy bears appeared in Berlin in 1986 and the largest six-meter toy was made in Germany in 2002.

      At the festival guests will be able to participate in special competitions, to choose the largest and the smallest bear, to see the toys from private collections. The artists are going to hold prize drawings and to present gingerbread teddies and nice souvenirs.

      The event promises to be as miraculous as the New Year atmosphere in the city.

      Address: 1, Tishinskaya square.

      Ticket pirce: 200 rubles per person.

      Source: Lookatme. Image courtesy:

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian culture Exhibitions in Moscow Moscow events   

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