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Kaluga has Officially Become the New Year's Capital of Russia for 2021
21.01.2020 11:53
Kaluga has Officially Become the New Year's Capital of Russia for 2021

Kaluga has officially become the New Year's capital of Russia for 2021.

      The “Crystal Snowflake”, the symbol of the All-Russian New Year's Capital of Russia project was transferred to the city of Kaluga. The ceremony took place in Ryazan, on Lybedsky Boulevard near the circus.

      New Year's Capital of Russia is a project of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation created in 2012 with the aim of popularizing domestic and inbound tourism in the country. Every year they choose the city which will be the next New Year's capital. In 2020, Ryazan was proclaimed the New Year's capital of Russia.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Kaluga New Year Russian winter   

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