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Contemporary Music Festival to be Held in Altai Mountains
2.05.2012 13:30
Contemporary Music Festival to be Held in Altai Mountains

The region's largest summer music festival “Days of energy” will take place in the Altai Republic June 10-12, 2012. Guests will be met at the tourist complex “Talda”.

      The program of the festival includes performances of Siberian musicians and alternative music artists from Russia and other countries. The party will end with a colorful fireworks.

      The festival “Days of energey” is held in the Altai Mountains for 16 years and it always bring together thousands of people. The tourist complex “Talda” is located in the Altai Region, on the left bank of the Katun River, 40 kilometers from Gorno-Altaisk. Its territory is well equipped with comfortable guest houses available at various prices. Visitors will be also able to enjoy different outdoors activities.

      Source: Image courtesy: freepik.


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Altai Region Russian tourism Russian festivals Russian music  

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