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A Festival of Ice Sculptures "Live on Lake Baikal"
14.02.2018 11:34
A Festival of Ice Sculptures
(Source: http://vmireinteresnogo.com)

On February 23 in Listvyanka, a festival of ice sculptures "Live on Lake Baikal" will be opened, the theme of which in 2018 is love. The main exhibit will be a heart-shaped rink, illuminated with red lights.

      Masterpieces from Baikal ice, on which the sun's rays are unusually refracted, will surely attract the attention of tourists, and sculpture photos will flood social networks with a hashtag #Zhivi_na_Baikale.

      From 24 to 27 February in Irkutsk, Listvyanka and other Baikal villages there will be an art festival Baikal-live, where musicians from different corners of the world come to participate.

      In March, as part of the Winter Games, a Scandinavian walking festival, dog sledding, alpine climbing, the Blue Ice Ice Festival, an ATV expedition and other events are planned.


      

      



      


      
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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Baikal Irkutsk    

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