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Russia's First Snow Cinema Opened In Izmailovo Park
20.01.2014 11:41
Russia's First Snow Cinema Opened In Izmailovo Park

Russia's first snow cinema opened in Izmailovo Park as part of SnowGRAD project. The cartoons will be shown on a huge screen built of snow blocks every evening from 17:30 to 22:00 nonstop until March 9.

      The repertoire consists of last animated series, collections of short films, masterpieces of Soviet animation, winners and prizetakers of "MultOlimp" contest. Representatives of the Russian Book of Records, who arrived at the park, said that with total number of the shows planned, Moscow snow cinema will take the first place among such cinemas around the world.

      On SnowGRAD  it will also be possible to play ice-billiard and mini golf, to join ice-hockey, luge and biathlon tournaments, to attend the ice orchestra concert.  "Light of Magic" installation was opened there on January 18.

      ‘Olympic Babble’ ice-cafe, which will host ice wineglass making masterclasses, will open on January 25.

      "Sculpt Olympus" International snow sculpture competition will be held from 28 to 31 January.

      The Olympic ice flame will get lit and winter park games will start on February 1.

      The biggest ice heart will be built in the Town of Winter Fun on February 14.

      Cardboard tube battle of the ice will be held on February 2.

      On March 1 there will be the parade of the effigies of Maslenitsa.

      Russian Ice Orchestra will give its first concert on March 8.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Snow Cinema Izmailovo Park SnowGRAD   

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