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Christmas Fair to Open in Petrozavodsk
21.12.2011 13:37
Christmas Fair to Open in Petrozavodsk

Christmas Fair will be opened in the centre of Petrozavodsk. It will be held at the media centre “Vyhod” for the third time, December 23-31, 2011. Visitors can buy Christmas gifts, made by the best Karelian craftsmen. 

       This year organizers paid special attention to the selection of New Year's goods so that every guest can found necessary gift among the variety of holiday items. Various traditional arts and crafts will be presented at the Fair: wood carving and wood painting, felting, knitting, embroidery, weaving, pottery, etc.

       Address: 14, Karl Marx Prospekt, media centre “Vyhod”.

       Dates: December 23, 13:00-19:00. December 24-30, 12:00-19:00. December 31, 12:00-15:00.

       Source: www.nika-media.ru. Image courtesy: Kozzi


      
      
      

 


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Christmas markets Petrozavodsk New Year  

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