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New Year's Festive Lighting is on in Moscow
16.12.2020 22:44
New Year's Festive Lighting is on in Moscow
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New Year's festive lighting was turned on in Moscow.

      New Year's decoration of the capital has been completed, festive lighting is on.  About 4 thousand various large installations have been created around the city. About one thousand New Year's trees have been installed for Muscovites.

      The New Year's decoration of the capital will remain until January 15, and the festive lighting will work until the end of winter.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: New Year Moscow    

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