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The Day of Folk Tale to Appear In Russia
13.12.2011 12:38
The Day of Folk Tale to Appear In Russia
One of the versions of the Fairytale Map, published in the supplement of the newspaper Izvestia. Go to link below the article to see the full size.

The Day of Folk Tale – a new event in the calendar of Russian tourism – will be celebrated on March 7. On this day tourists will be offered to visit different fairytale places and the residences of folk tale characters. The chosen date will make it possible to involve in celebrating such winter heroes as Ded Moroz and Snegurochka, who according to the legend are not able to appear in summer. 

      The authors of the idea are the organizers of the social project “The Fairytale Map of Russia”, launched in November 2010. This project presents the information about various fairytale characters and Russian legends. It is developing rapidly and the map is updating so that tourists could plan their fairy trips. The authors believe that the Day of Folk Tale will become the traditional holiday of all fairy tales lovers and fans of innet tourism in the country.

      The Fairytale Map of Russia is available here.

      Source: Image courtesy: Vkontakte.



Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Russian events Russian holidays Russian folk tales  

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