Source Pravda.Ru

A charity New Year action for children from chechnya

A charity New Year action for children from Chechnya will take place in Moscow on December 27-30. As the organisers of this event reported, fifty children aged 7-12 will arrive in the Russian capital on Friday.

A broad entertaining programme has been prepared for the young guests. The children will see a film in the cinema in Krasnaya Presnya and the Mowgli performance in the Obraztsov Puppet Theatre. Then they will visit the Moscow Circus.

Since all the children will be in Moscow for the first time, they will be shown the historical sights of the capital.

Apart from that, the children will attend a unique show in the dolphinarium and, of course, will enjoy the Kremlin New Year performance.

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