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Perm Residents Invited To the Square In Winter Clothes With Skis
22.08.2013 12:08
Perm Residents Invited To the Square In Winter Clothes With Skis
(Source: http://www.rutor.org)

Installation of Christmas tree begins in downtown Perm.


      

Final preparations for “Yolki 3" comedy shoots are running in Perm. To do this, the installation of an 8-meter high Christmas tree will start on the square in front of the Perm Academic Theatre, and a thousand square meters of batting will turn into artificial snow. Anyone can join the filmings. For this, they need to come to the square in front of the theater wearing winter clothes with skis, sleds or any other winter equipment. People of Perm will have to line up in the shape of "" letter, which is the part of Russian greeting for “Happy New Year!" 


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Yolki Perm Happy New Year   

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