Yes, Moscow Has Sand Sculptures; Yes, They're Amazing
Sand sculptures depicting the rollercoaster of human history have sprung up in Sokol'niki Park!
It's not -20° outside, which means: It's sand sculptin' time! Sand sculptures created by winners of international competitions and events from across the country have been resurrected in Moscow's Sokol'niki Park.
Visitors will behold numerous sculptures depicting the development of human civilization, as well as the imagined future of our — let's face it — troubled planet.
The exposition will be open to Muscovites until the end of September. Come now while the sand is still hot!
"The Future" by Ruslan Korovkov
"Time keepers" by Dmitry Baklamenko
"Egypt" by Eugeny Gomanov
"Ancient Greece" by Pavel Mil'nikov
"Ancient Rome" by Sergey Knish
"Golden Horde" by Teimur Abdulganiev. Another friend of the Russians...
Operating hours: Mon.-Fri.,11:00-22:00, Sat.-Sun., 10:00-22:00.
Address: Sokol'niki Park, Moscow. Sokolnichesky Val, 1 , p. 1 .
Tickets start at 300 rubles.
Come and see the past and future — in sand!
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