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Moroz City Opened in Sokolniki Park
12.01.2012 12:23
Moroz City Opened in Sokolniki Park
"Moroz City" in Sokolniki Park in Moscow

An ice town “Moroz City” has been recently opened in Sokolniki Park in Moscow. The attraction, built within the scope of the youth architectural festival, is interesting for both adults and children.

      The town occupies an area of 2,5 thousand square meters and includes several ice buildings – a hotel, a shop, a stem bath (banya) and even a wedding palace.

      “Moroz City” provides a great opportunity to spend you leisure time in winter and to continue old traditions of Peter the Great's time, when ice towns got widely spread.

      The ice town is open daily from 10:00 to 22:00. Every weekend you can enjoy various master classes, concerts and sporting events as well as buy souvenirs made of ice – flowers, statuettes, etc. 

      Source: Image courtesy: KP.

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Russian Winter Moscow parks activity holidays  

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