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Veter Spring Fest in Moscow
8.04.2019 14:46
Veter Spring Fest in Moscow

The spring festival celebrates the sun, warmth, positivity and first flowers.

      The program of the Veter Spring Fest includes entertainment, inspiring meetings, and educational lectures. Cooking workshops, flower mini-markets, handmade items and photo zones are waiting for the visitors. Live music will add to the festive mood at the event.


      To top it all, a unique store will present products of more than one hundred modern stylish brands, including clothing and jewelry, cosmetics and household goods, shoes and groceries. Admission is free.


      
Where: the Museum of Moscow at address 2, Zubovsky Boulevard, next to metro stations Park Kultury and Kropotkinskaya, Moscow.


      When: on April 13 and 14, 2019.

      
Open hours: from 12 am to 9 pm.

      
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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Festivals in Moscow Exhibitions in Moscow Fairs in Moscow   

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