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First lownarium Will Appear In Krylatskoye
17.11.2016 22:08
First lownarium Will Appear In Krylatskoye

First clownarium for children will be opened at the area of "Fairy Tale" park in Krylatskoye in December.

      Under the same roof the most colorful characters of clowning will be gathered: mimes, clowns and petrushka. About 30 clowns will be employed for circus performances. The new venue, where the circus performances will be showed, is designed for 100 people. Externally clownarium will resemble a fairytale wooden house. It will be divided into two zones: one will be an auditorium and a stage, the other - a children's cafeteria. The total area will be 400 square meters.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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