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17 Metropolitan parks prepared various online events for citizens, informs a portal of the mayor and government of Moscow.
In particular, Gorky Park has prepared a virtual program for the review of the ground part of the complex. Users will be able to learn about the history of the emergence of the “Island dance”. And in the social networks of the Park “Tsaritsyno” Muscovites will be able to “walk” in the online exhibition “Monument du costume. The picture of life in the eighteenth century”.
the Fili Park for those who want a creative master-class of Russian jazz singer Eteri Beriashvili. “Northern Tushino” offers Muscovites to plunge into the atmosphere of the photo exhibition “Door to the Universe opened.” And parks “Khodynka” and Babushkinskiy will present an interesting sports program in online mode. Also Perovsky Park will offer exercise on videothreesome instructor Olesya Goncharova and “Sokolniki” will give the opportunity to see how to do crossfit.
the accounts of the garden of “Hermitage” in social networks, citizens will be able to see videotronic gymnastics. Izmailovsky Park will offer a cultural programme in the form of a creative master-class artist Eugene Globenko and Park of arts “Muzeon”, which will allow Muscovites to take a virtual walk through the house Tretyakov.
Connoisseurs of the capital of culture will be able to have fun in the social networking accounts of the Museum-estate “Kuskovo”. There users will be invited to stroll through the halls of the Palace of the count Sheremetev. In addition, the estate Vorontsovo will hold a lecture on the biography of the famous Russian artist Viktor Vasnetsov.
In connection with the entered Moscow regime of self-isolation all cultural institutions of the capital are closed. In this regard, they offer citizens a variety of programs in virtual space.
the mayor and the Moscow city government launched the project “Cultural Moscow online”, which presents the most interesting eventsretia, which hold in virtual mode.
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