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Moscow International Sweets Festival

02.01.2015 – 10.01.2015
A great New Year present is waiting for the sweet-tooth from all over the world. On January 2 All-Russia Exhibition Centre VDNKh opens its doors to Moscow International Sweets Festival. Visitors of this event are invited to taste chocolates, pastila, pastries, fruit jellies, honey and bakery products made by the most talented confectioners of our time.


To attend this festival you should firstly buy a ticket either on the official site (http://sweetfest.ru/invitation) (this way is a little bit cheaper) or in the ticket office of pavilion 75 of VDNKh right on the day of visiting. You can take a great opportunity to enjoy different sorts of tea and coffee in the company of your friends and relatives and take part in such masterclasses as gingerbread decorating, making a chocolate bouquet, producing of sweets and New Year plaster figures painting.
More information on this event you will find on its official site(http://sweetfest.ru). Bridge to Moscow hopes that visiting this festival will leave you a lot of sweet memories!

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