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Gastronomic Festival to be Held in Moscow
13.06.2012 10:48
Gastronomic Festival to be Held in Moscow

The gastronomic festival “FEST EDAkov” will take place in Moscow at the end of June. Guests will be able to taste various dishes and enjoy rich entertainment program.

      The event will be held near the fountain “Druzhba Narodov” at VVTs (All-Russian Exhibition Centre) June 23-24, 2012. Professional chefs are going to amaze and impress the public with delicious food. Special areas like ice cream house, tea house, culinary school, tent for children will be located on the territory of VVTs. The program includes shows, performances, lotteries, etc.

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow Russian festivals Gastronomic tourism Russian events 

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