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Sand Sculpture Festival 2019 Lost Worlds in St. Petersburg
29.05.2019 16:29
Sand Sculpture Festival 2019 Lost Worlds in St. Petersburg

Saint Petersburg summer can hardly be imagined now without a sand sculpture festival on the beach of the Sts Peter and Paul Fortress

       This year it opened on May 25 and will run till mid-September.

      In past years, visitors to the Sand Sculpture Festival could see a six-meter sand copy of St. Basil’s Cathedral and a five-meter bust of Peter the Great. This year you will find mystical creatures and the secrets of disappeared civilizations unfolding here.

      Fairy-tale characters, dinosaurs, gnomes, microworld inhabitants and other amazing sculptures are placed around the central composition, which is towering over the entire site. Find yourself in a fairytale land under the protection of a huge dragon.

      Where: Sts Peter and Paul Fortress next to the Gorkovskaya and Sportivnaya metro stations, Saint Petersburg.

      When: from May 25 to September 8, 2019

      Open hours: from 10 am to 10 pm.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Saint Petersburg Sand Sculpture Festivals Festivals in Saint Petersburg   

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