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Turkey Day to be Celebrated in Rostov-on-Don
22.05.2012 11:21
Turkey Day to be Celebrated in Rostov-on-Don

An unusual holiday – Russia's first Day of Turkey – will take place in Rostov-on-Don, May 26,2012.

      The program includes various performances, fun contests, master classes and tasting of turkey meat dishes. Guests will be able to enjoy an outdoor barbecue party.

      The organizers of the event - representatives from “Evrodon”, the country's largest turkey producer - say that

      this product is very useful, because it has a lot of protein and vitamins.

      The guest of the festival will be the largest live turkey, grown at the company's manufacturing facility.

      The rock concert will end the celebration.  

      Source: travel.ru. Image courtesy: www.igourmet.com.


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Rostov-on-Don Russian holidays Russian festivals  

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