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Ice Sculptures In Honor of the Participating Countries of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Will Appear in Victory Park
7.12.2017 00:41
Ice Sculptures In Honor of the Participating Countries of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Will Appear in Victory Park

 More than 40 ice sculptures in honor of the participating countries of the 2018 FIFA World Cup will appear in Victory Park on Poklonnaya Hill, the portal of the Moscow City Hall reports.

      The sculptures are combined into eight compositions - by the number of groups, into which 32 teams are divided according to the results of the final draw.

      In total, the creation of sculptures will take two thousand tons of natural ice, which comes from Lake Baikal, as well as from the lakes of Yekaterinburg and Arkhangelsk.

      Sculptures of each country will include several symbols. Visitors will be able to see not only ice copies of architectural masterpieces and cultural monuments, but also images of world football stars, characters of fairy tales and other national symbols of the participating countries.






Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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