New 15-meter spruce installed in Talnah
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New 15-meter spruce installed in Talnah

November 26, 2020

New Year’s sites are being built in the districts of Norilsk.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. Talnah is actively preparing for the New Year. Traditionally, an ice site will create a festive atmosphere on the Gornyakov square, the construction of which has already begun.

 The ‘inhabitants’ of the ice town will be the figures of Santa Claus, the Snow Maiden, the Deer, as well as the symbol of the coming year – the Bull.

There will be two slides for children, usually they are made of snow, but this year they are made of ice. In addition to ice figures, the contractors have already made a throne as a photo zone.

At the moment, big Happy New Year ice letters, a slide and a new spruce 15 meters high have already been installed on the square. The entire festive complex will be lit up.

About five million rubles were planned for the purchase of equipment and installation in 2020 and maintenance in 2021. Most of these funds were spent on equipment: we purchased a new Christmas tree and renewed all the illumination that was already installed in the New Year’s town.

The contractors will complete all work on December 15. It is not known whether there will be an official opening: everything depends on the epidemic situation.

Text: Ekaterina Elkanova, Photo: Ekaterina Elkanova

November 26, 2020

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