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Moscow New Year's Eve in Harry Potter Style
22.12.2016 10:49
Moscow New Year's Eve in Harry Potter Style

What could be more magical than meeting the New Year in Hogwarts? With a huge Christman Tree and treats  in the Great Hall, a party at Three Brooms and discussion of the last match of Quidditch ...

      Want to celebrate the New Year in the Harry Potter style? This opportunity has been prepared in the Tagansky Park of Moscow. Full immersion into the magic world of JK Rowling will take place there on the night of December 31 to January 1.

      The park will be decorated in the style of the wizards' world, and offer topical entertainments. Those good at skating can take part in a great battle with brooms at the rink.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Moscow New Year Christmas   

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