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Songs of Chukchi and Eskimos sounded in the Moscow metro
In Moscow, on Novy Arbat, a fair of Far Eastern products has ended. Its visitors were 25 thousand people who bought more than 11 tons of caviar, red fish, venison and other delicacies. In addition to gastronomic delights, residents and guests of the capital were able to appreciate the national flavor of the Far East thanks to the performance of creative teams that gathered about 10 thousand spectators.
Artists of the Chukchi ensemble "Nomad" took part in a concert that was organized at the Kurskaya metro station. Passengers had the opportunity to appreciate the traditional songs and dances of the Chukchi and Eskimos. Also during the fair, employees of the Chukotka Heritage Museum Center presented unique exhibits and told about the history of the district.
The results of the fair representatives of the Far Eastern districts were satisfied and offered to create a platform for year-round trade or open an Internet platform for selling delicious products. From 12 to 14 December the capital of the Expocenter will host the festival of the Far East, in addition, until spring, the metro will continue to run on the ring line Far Eastern Express whose passengers can learn about the unique nature of history and economic opportunities of the Far East.