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Ice Land Museum Appeared in St. Petersburg
20.12.2011 12:51
Ice Land Museum Appeared in St. Petersburg

The Museum of Ice was opened in St. Petersburg last week. On the area of 600 square meters visitors can see fairy-tale characters, heroes from books and cartoons and different fantastic creatures made of ice. 

      More than 1,100 tons of crystal ice and more than 300 tons of snow have been used for the exposition “Ice Fairy Tale”.

      Currently, the temperature in St. Petersburg is above 0° C, but sculptures are well protected as the temperature on the premises of the museum is -7° C. Beautiful illumination and special music turn a usual excursion to a trip to wonderland.

      Inside the pavilion you will find an ice castle with towers and a clock, an ice maze and two separate rooms – a living room and a dining room with all interior details: ice fireplace, chairs, mirror, bar with dishes and even a bed with a snow blanket.

      The address of the Ice Land Museum: 14, Prospekt Kosmonavtov, near the shopping centre “Raduga”. 

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism St. Petersburg Russian museums   

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