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Two Snowboard Parks will Open on Tversky Boulevard and on New Arbat Avenue
28.12.2019 10:55
Two Snowboard Parks will Open on Tversky Boulevard and on New Arbat Avenue

Two snowboard parks will open on Tversky Boulevard and on New Arbat Avenue as part of the Travel to Christmas Festival.

      An adult snowboard park will work near 21 New Arbat Avenue. They will install a snow-covered hill, as high as 5.5 meters, as long as 30 meters, and as wide as 6 meters.

      The attraction will be equipped with special plastic handrails and a sliding flank five meters long. There will also be a children's snowboard park at the ground on 21 New Arbat Avenue. It will have a run 15 meters long. Its width will make up 4 meters. Another children's playground for snowboarding will open next to the Timiryazev monument on Tversky Boulevard.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian winter Moscow    

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