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Title of Miss Russia 2017 Goes to Polina Popova
18.04.2017 20:21
Title of Miss Russia 2017 Goes to Polina Popova

The final of the beauty contest Miss Russia 2017 took place in Moscow. The winner is Polina Popova from the Sverdlovsk Region, according to the contest's official Instagram account. The first vice-miss is Xenia Alexandrova and the second vice-miss is Albina Akhtyamova.

      The jury selected the winners from 10 finalists, assessing their beauty and erudition.

      Polina is 21 years old, she studies foreign languages, likes cooking and skiing and plans to become a journalist. The winner will receive 3 million rubles, a gold necklace with diamonds and a car.


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Author: Vera Ivanova

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