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Fairy-tale Map of Russia Was Updated
17.04.2017 10:14
Fairy-tale Map of Russia  Was Updated

The characters of the Ural fairy tales were included into the “Fairy-tale Map of Russia” at the “Big Ural” Forum held in Ekaterinburg, according the Department of Information Policy of the Governor of Sverdlovsk Oblast.

      “The legendary Ural characters: the Mistress of the Copper Mountain and Danila Master, Baba Yaga and the Wood Spirit of the Ural “Park of Fairy-tales”(Aramil), the Little Humpbacked Horse (Tobolsk), the Great Snake (Berezovsky). The Irbit Samovar and “The Fairy-tale Verst” also were added, as the statement said. It is noted that the First Winter Fairy-tale Games will be held in the region. The event will be a joint project of the “Fairy-tale Map of Russia” and its Embassy in Irbit.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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