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The annual festival “Journey Into Christmas” has opened steps from Red Square with dozens of special stalls and tents, playgrounds and stages.
The festival encompasses 38 special Christmas zones in the city centre. More than 100 stalls, selling different products, are placed on the territory of the fair.
For more than 50 years, skating at the VDNKh rink has been a traditional winter fun activity for Muscovites.
But since last year the Exhibition Centre has gone beyond the usual ice-pouring tradition.
Moscow’s Historic Park has Opened at VDNKh! The new complex is called “the Historic Park: Russia-My History”.
Its main constant exhibition encompasses a broad range of interactive installations and antiques.
The “Ice Moscow” Festival has opened at Poklonnaya Hill. The main city monuments, museums, the Kremlin, Bolshoi Theatre and other buildings made from ice, are open to all visitors.
Operating hours 12.00-22.00. Entrance fee is 300 rubles for adults, 250 rubles for kinds over 7 years of age.