Three branches of the estate of Santa Claus will open in Moscow at once

Three branches of the estate of Santa Claus will open in Moscow at once

The official website of the mayor of Moscow reported that at the end of December, three branches of the estate of Santa Claus will open in the capital for the first time. They are expected to complement the main Moscow estate of the New Year's wizard on the territory of the Kuzminki-Lublin Museum-Reserve.

One branch will open in Izmailovsky Park. A complex based on Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The Snow Queen" will appear there. A mini-estate "Morozko" will be opened in the Mitino landscape Park, and a fabulous village "Prostokvashino" will work in the Olympic Village Park.

In addition, the guests will find the estate of Santa Claus in the Kuzminki-Lublin Museum-Reserve. Here anyone can write a letter to the New Year's wizard and receive a reply from him with warm wishes. In addition, folk New Year's fun, round dances and family shows will be organized for children.
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