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The Solemn Opening of the Winter Tourist Season was Held at the Rostov Kremlin
26.12.2019 09:25
The Solemn Opening of the Winter Tourist Season was Held at the Rostov Kremlin

The solemn opening of the winter tourist season was held at the Rostov Kremlin State Museum Preserve (Yaroslavl Oblast). In time to the season’s opening, the Kremlin organized a New Year’s fair where you can buy unique souvenirs: New Year’s decorations, jams of pumpkin, apple and onion cooked by original recipes and much more.

      The opening of the season is accompanied by the launch of the “Winter in Rostov” project that will combine various tourism products. Earlier, the Rostov Kremlin presented its new project – “Winter in Rostov”. Within the frame of the project, the museum will hold various events, including exhibitions, performances, music concerts, unique excursions and much more.

      The guests of the Kremlin are invited to participate in traditional Russian winter activities: ice fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, etc.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Rostov Kremlin Rostov New Year Russian winter  

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