An exhibition of ice sculptures will open at the Rosa Khutor mountain resort in Sochi

An exhibition of ice sculptures will open at the Rosa Khutor mountain resort in Sochi

Source: Rosa Khutor

The exhibition will feature seven sculptures. Among them are the figures of the inhabitants of the Caucasus Mountains - a bear and an owl, as well as the symbol of the year - a tiger. The masters will also carve the phrase Roza Khutor-2022”. An ice figure of a snowboarder and the inscription “105 km of slopes” will also be created, this is the length of the slopes at the resort this year, the organizers said.

The guests of the ice exhibition will be able to see not only the result of the work of professionals, but also the process. Five craftsmen will create ice sculptures at the Rosa Khutor resort for three days starting from January 21.

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