Friday, 30 December 2011

Snow and ice decorations in Siberia in 2011-2012. The first out of many posts

Hello, everyone! First of all, I would like to wish all of you Happy New Year!
I was pretty busy these days, and not only was it business, but a lot of hectic with New Year preparations and celebrations.
We have already started celebrating with my children, both of them had a party at their kindergarten, and today we visited a public party for children in a big concert hall.
It was wonderful! All of us were really happy.
And after that we started visiting ice and snow 'towns', as we call them here. They are usually situated in parks, on squares and in yards of big houses.


There are a lot of them in winter, but some of them open only shortly before the end of December.
Today we visited only one, and I managed to take some photos.
Of course, there are loads of them everywhere in the city, and I'm going to visit as many as possible to show you what beautiful things one can make of snow and ice.
Here are just few examples. Enjoy watching and come and visit Novosibirsk in winter!
Father Frost (Ded Moros) and Snegurochka
Dragon, the coming year's symbol
Fun for big and small. Ice slide!
 More pictures and descriptions coming soon!

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