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Chestnut Festival In Sochi
28.10.2017 17:13
Chestnut Festival In Sochi

Chestnut festival will be held on October 28-29 at the resort of Rosa Khutor in Sochi, the press service of the Sochi administration said on Friday. "For the first time in Sochi there will be a chestnut festival dedicated to the fall," - said the agency's interlocutor. According to him, the guests of the resort will be able to taste the most unusual dishes made of chestnut - chestnut soup, vegetarian burgers with chestnut filling, roasted chestnuts, chestnut fruit in honey, chestnut tea and much more.

      In addition to delicious and unusual surprises for the guests of the event, there will be a quiz with memorable prizes.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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