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Ice Town to Appear in Sokolniki Park in Moscow
20.12.2013 00:00
Ice Town to Appear in Sokolniki Park in Moscow

An ice town over 3 thousand sq m large will be built in the Sokolniki recreation park in Moscow.

      A great number of ice constructions of all possible shapes and sizes will be created in the park and illuminated with bright lamps from inside.

      Besides lit up ice installations the park is planned to be equipped with winter bicycles with a ski instead of the front wheel and a caterpillar instead of the back wheel.

      The Sokolniki Park is a traditional place for creation of winter masterpieces. Last year there was Moroz City as part of a youth architecture festival, and this year it presents the Planet Ice dedicated to the Olympic Games in Sochi.

      Along with winter bicycles and ice constructions, the town will please visitors with exhibitions and sales of New Year tree decorations, sweets and traditional festive toys.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Sokolniki Moscow Parks Ice Town   

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