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Guests of the Far East Days in Moscow will be offered fish, caviar and honey
Fresh seafood and exotic delicacies will be offered to the participants of the Far East fair to Muscovites and guests of the capital. She will open the doors of her pavilions for a week - from 3 to 9 December - on Tverskaya Square, which has already become traditional for the event.
Sites will operate daily from 11 to 20 hours. All 11 regions of the Far Eastern Federal District, including Buryatia and Trans-Baikal Territory, will meet the guests of the fair. Their representatives will be located in shopping galleries on both sides of the square and will offer guests souvenirs and food products, which can only be obtained in the Far East and the Far Eastern Fair. A special place will be taken by fresh delicacies: fish, caviar, meat, honey.
According to the press center of the Days of the Far East in Moscow, a photo exhibition will be located along the perimeter of the entire area, each pavilion will be decorated with authentic elements of its region. In the "Living Room" you can find out the conditions for participation in the federal program "Far Eastern hectare", and if you wish, get the cherished "weave". “Kitchen” and “Restaurant” will acquaint guests of the fair with unique Far Eastern recipes. A separate pavilion will be dedicated to tourism and reserves in the Far East. A bookshop will also be presented, where guides, fiction and non-fiction literature on the Far East will be available.
Every day of the program of the Far Eastern Fair will be bright and intense. Concerts of regional creative teams will be held on the non-stop format, and in the “Living Room” pavilion, numerous master classes, themed games and competitions await visitors.
Days of the Far East in Moscow will be held for the second time. In fact, they have already begun - from November 9 on the Moscow Metro's Koltsevaya line runs "Far East Express", thanks to which passengers get acquainted with the culture and nature of the macro-region. The fair will not be limited to events - from 13 to 15 December in the pavilions of the "Expocentre" will be held Festival of the Far East.