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Balloon Festival to be Held in Perm Territory
12.04.2012 11:48
Balloon Festival to be Held in Perm Territory

The traditional balloon festival will take place in Kungur (Perm Territory) from June 30 to July 7, 2012. 

      Guests of the holiday will see many unusual aircraft and hundreds of bright balloons that appear in the sky of Kungur.

      In addition, the unique exhibition, dedicated to the history of sky exploration is planned as an important part of the festival. Visitors can learn more about various aerial vehicles – from fairytale magic carpet to modern spacecraft.

      The central section of the exposition covers baloons and airships.

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Russian festivals Perm Territory aircraft  

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