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The Fair of Good Deeds Opened on the Poklonnaya Hill
29.12.2012 12:27
The Fair of Good Deeds Opened on the Poklonnaya Hill
(Source: http://clubs.ya.ru/4611686018427469771/replies.xml?item_no=2831)

Christmas gifts, hand-crafted toys and handmade jewelry are presented at the "Fair of Good Deeds" that opened on the Poklonnaya hill. Some part of the money earned from the sale the organizers will transfer to a charity foundation to help children.


      

Despite the cold, there was a crowd of guests at the opening of the Fair. The main decoration of the holiday was the largest Christmas tree in Russia – it is 46.5 meters high. Beside the Fair a free skating rink is made. The ice was first tried by the stars of the Russian ice skating. The high points of the evening were the fireworks and 3D- light show. The walls of the Museum of the Great Patriotic War became a huge screen on which a 10-minute Christmas fairy-tale was projected. The “Fair of Good Deeds” will last all New Year holidays through until January 8.

       


Sources: http://mosday.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: New Year celebrations Christmas fair    

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