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Nudists Parade to Take Place in Yekaterinburg
16.08.2007 16:34
Nudists Parade to Take Place in Yekaterinburg

A unique event will take place in Yekaterinburg in August: 10 thousand nudists are going to marsh along the central avenue of the city. The parade is annually held in different countries all over the world and this year Russia was chosen to host it.
      All members of the demonstration, which was originated 8 years ago, come from different countries. The participants believe their parade attracts peoples attention to the world nudity and raises their spiritual potential by the total disposal of all benefits of civilization.
      Originally the organizers of the parade wanted the demonstration to take place in Moscow but were refused by the authorities. Nevertheless, we will see the parade in Yekaterinburg, if the local administration confirms this idea.


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