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The Residence of Father Frost Opened in Kaluga
14.12.2020 23:01
The Residence of Father Frost Opened in Kaluga
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The Residence of Father Frost opened on Sunday in the Central Park of Culture and Leisure in Kaluga within the framework of the project "New Year's Capital of Russia". The residence of the fairy tale wizard will work in Kaluga   until the New Year and on New Year's holidays until January 8, while Kaluga will be the New Year's capital of Russia.

      The city will be decorated in a retro-futuristic style with a reference to the space achievements of the Soviet era.  To help tourists in Kaluga, a network of tourist information points is being organized: a visit center of the Kaluga Region  in Gostiny Dvor, a tourist pavilion on Teatralnaya Square, tourist points in the Central cinema and the Innovation Cultural Center. In addition, volunteers will be involved in the coordination of tourists.

      




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Father Frost Russian winter Kaluga   

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