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72 Ice Shows will be Presented in Moscow
7.12.2018 17:10
72 Ice Shows will be Presented in Moscow
(Source: https://www.mos.ru/calendar/event/42365088)

72 ice shows will be presented in Moscow during the “Journey to Christmas” festival.

      Guests of the festival "Journey to Christmas", which will be held in Moscow from December 14 to January 13, are invited to enjoy  ice ballets with famous figure skaters.

      During the festival "Journey to Christmas", which will be held from December 14 to January 13, 72 spectacular ice shows will be prepared for visitors. The Ice Theater will open in Novopushkinsky Park, where ice ballets staged by figure skating stars will be held every day. Ice Theater tribunes   will hold 1.5 people, and the price of admission tickets for all performances is 100 rubles.

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      46 performances will be shown in Novopushkinsky Park.

      For the visitors of the GUM skating rink, 26 performances will be shown.
      


      
 

      




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian winter Russian holidays    

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