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Uglich Invites Tourists to Enjoy New Year Holidays
16.12.2011 12:53
Uglich Invites Tourists to Enjoy New Year Holidays

Yaroslavl region invites tourists to enjoy New Year holidays in Uglich, one of the ancient Russia towns.

      Organizers have prepared a tour dedicated to Old Uglich and New Year celebration in different times. Guests will be able to learn about Christmas traditions during the reign of Peter I. For example, people from Uglich didn't set New Year trees in homes, but decorated roofs of taverns with them.

      During the excursion tourists will also find out about the traditions of ancient Slavs, the history of New Year masquerade balls and many other interesting information.  

      Source: Interfax. Image courtesy:

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Russian regions Uglich Yaroslavl region New Year 

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