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Moscow Welcomes Maslenitsa Festival
15.02.2017 17:30
Moscow Welcomes Maslenitsa Festival

More than 30 free thematic tours will be organized during the Moscow Maslenitsa Festival, which will be held in the capital from 17 to 26 February, the official portal of the Mayor and the Moscow government reported. The citizens will be told how Maslenitsa Festival was celebrated in the XIX century, for example, in Vorobyovy Gory. Moreover, it will be possible to walk through the city center and learn from the guide some secrets of ancient streets and alleys.

      Tours will be free by preliminary registration. To join and get a complete list of routes, please visit: This list of excursions will be updated. 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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