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Knitted Street and Rope Town will Appear in Moscow
23.09.2016 11:58
Knitted Street and Rope Town will Appear in Moscow

Just in a couple of days Moscow will transform its looks during the Gold Autumn festival.

      

      From September 23 to October 9 Indian Summer festival will add bright and warm colours to Mosocw streets. Some of them will be decorated with pumpkin lamps, armfuls of hay and other lovely details. The festival bazaar will offer a rich array of house kitchen procurements, vegetables from private gardens, various kinds of honey and even caviar.

      

      Organizers will turn familiar streets into a cozy small town with touching decorations, kind smiles and delicacies loved since childhood. The atmosphere will be created with the help of wooden carts, armfuls of hay, pumpkin lamps and other countryside symbols.

      

      Tverskoy Boulevard will be decorated with a rope town and a huge chess set. Stoleshnikov Lane will be changed with knitted handiwork.

       




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Moscow Gold Autumn Festival    

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