The Land of Flowers and Sweets At the Heart of Russia
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It appears that Moscow is in a courtship with the world as it showcases flowers and sweet desserts alongside its beautiful culture on its much anticipated Moscow Seasons Summer Flower Jam Festival which will run from 20 July 2017 to 6 August 2017. See what you can look forward to when you pay a visit to this inviting city of flowers and sweets. You would not want to miss out a feast of eyes and appetite as you indulge into the many things Moscow has to offer.
Blooming City of Flowers
Pamper your eyes and your heart in an overwhelming display of flower arrangements in a beautiful landscape featuring the craftsmanship of florists, designers, and architects not only in Russia but all over the globe. The Open International Landscape Design Competition is expected to gather the best artists to turn the City of Moscow into a mesmerizing garden. Entries in the competition will be exhibited to the public to attract local and foreign tourists.
With major city landmarks staged with flower panels, flower beds, and other astonishing flower compositions, you can anticipate for breathtaking sites perfect for your summer selfie or groufie. All it takes is to be there in Moscow where you can also join workshops to get a share of that magical touch by envied professionals.
Tummy-Filling Sweet Treats
Feel free to delight your appetite with the extra sweet menu filled with sumptuous desserts that would keep you coming back to Moscow every Summer. Delight your taste buds with delicious pastries of different variants with special cakes up for grabs for everyday celebration all summer long. If you wish to hop from one sweet treat to another every day, you will surely have fun in the City where each of the sweet desserts will be celebrated for a day featuring July 20 as Cake Day and July 21 as Gingerbread Day.
Sure, you can also try other sweet offerings at Moscow like everyone’s comfort food since childhood, Ice Cream! Oh yes, you can choose from a wide variety of Ice Creams or might as well taste all of them. And, you wouldn’t want to miss the Moscow Candy Making Competition where the official candy of the city will be chosen and will later be launched during the City Day on 9-10 September 2017. You can also nibble on pies, jams, and sorbets which are among the long list of offered desserts.
More of Flowers and Desserts
What makes the festival even more interesting is the experience itself. You can visit Kamergersky Side Street for a workshop to learn how to make your favorite Berry ice cream. In Arbat, a culinary school will be preparing the jam recipes of renowned Russian authors. A green market will likewise be open at Revolution Square for kids to sow and reap some crops.
Well oh well, they say best things in life are free so you wouldn’t have to shell out some money to participate in these activities. Simply go there for an astonishing Summer vacation to see some flowers and taste some sweets. Don’t deprive yourself of these free treats at the Russian City.
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