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Fairy-tale Park in the Urals Is Waiting For FIFA Fans
15.01.2018 11:00
Fairy-tale Park in the Urals Is Waiting For FIFA Fans

The first theme “Fairy-tale Park” in the Urals in the village of Aramil in Sverdlovsk Oblast created on the basis of Pavel Bazhov’s works has prepared a program for the guests of the FIFA World Cup 2018.

      “This summer we will be waiting for the guests of the World Cup. We believe that there will be a big response among foreigners, because such cultural centres are very popular abroad” - the Deputy Director of the “Fairy-tale Park” on Organizational Issues Nikita Malyshev told. The tourists from China and Europe has already liked the theme park, therefore, first of all, on the eve of the World Cup the park’s creators are thinking about finding experts with good knowledge of English who will be able to explain to foreign fans who the Fire Maiden (“Ognevushka Poskakushka”) is, and why frogs can be not only eaten, but also kissed. 




Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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