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December 13, 2019January 12, 2020

European Christmas Fairs and Snow-Covered Forest

Strasbourg, Bern, Nuremberg, Copenhagen, Prague, Vienna, Brussels, Riga, Vilnius and, of course, Moscow: Manezhnaya square invites guests to travel to the European cities, where the world's most famous Christmas fairs are held.



The festive mood at this venue will be created by the live music and bright performances of the theater groups.



During the festival, you can see here how the glassblowers work, they came to the Moscow from the Czech Republic specially for the holiday, and learn secrets of creating Christmas toys from the famous Czech glass. Here you can also join master classes and create your own Christmas decorations. At creative classes, experienced teachers will show how to make unique Christmas decorations, such as traditional French Christmas wreaths under the guidance of artists from Alsace.



In the pavilion of the holiday post, post elves will help you to send cards to your family and friends and letters to Father the Frost. And in the Christmas Library, a “librarian” in a doublet and lace cuffs will meet guests and invite children to listen to theatrical readings of the Russian and European fairy tales.



The main point of attraction for fans of spectacular photos is a wonderful Christmas tree, the highest at the festival. It took 3 km of Christmas tree garlands and 3500 toys to decorate 20 m green beauty!



Here you can walk in the snow-covered Christmas forest of 130 furs — it stretches under the dome of the glowing “Christmas Sky”, — take a photo against the art objects Moscow Troika and Nuremberg Christmas Mill, and watch a lamplighter lighting an old Prague lantern.



This square will house a fair carousel, where you can ride and take a photo for memory.
Strasbourg, Bern, Nuremberg, Copenhagen, Prague, Vienna, Brussels, Riga, Vilnius and, of course, Moscow: Manezhnaya square invites guests to travel to the European cities, where the world's most famous Christmas fairs are held.



The festive mood at this venue will be created by the live music and bright performances of the theater groups.



During the festival, you can see here how the glassblowers work, they came to the Moscow from the Czech Republic specially for the holiday, and learn secrets of creating Christmas toys from the famous Czech glass. Here you can also join master classes and create your own Christmas decorations. At creative classes, experienced teachers will show how to make unique Christmas decorations, such as traditional French Christmas wreaths under the guidance of artists from Alsace.



In the pavilion of the holiday post, post elves will help you to send cards to your family and friends and letters to Father the Frost. And in the Christmas Library, a “librarian” in a doublet and lace cuffs will meet guests and invite children to listen to theatrical readings of the Russian and European fairy tales.



The main point of attraction for fans of spectacular photos is a wonderful Christmas tree, the highest at the festival. It took 3 km of Christmas tree garlands and 3500 toys to decorate 20 m green beauty!



Here you can walk in the snow-covered Christmas forest of 130 furs — it stretches under the dome of the glowing “Christmas Sky”, — take a photo against the art objects Moscow Troika and Nuremberg Christmas Mill, and watch a lamplighter lighting an old Prague lantern.



This square will house a fair carousel, where you can ride and take a photo for memory.
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