UNFORGETTABLE ICE SCULPTURES IN KADRIORG
For many, ice should only be in a cocktail glass. Surprising as it might be, however, ice is also an ideal material for modelling beautiful sculptures.
It has become a tradition in Tallinn that with the Chinese New Year Carnival, ice sculptures that amuse people with light shows in the wintery darkness arrive in the Kadriorg Park, known for its numerous sculptures and museums.
This year, the Chinese New Year arrives on 10 February. On that same day, 5 large ice sculptures by Estonian and Egyptian sculptors arrive in the Kadriorg Park. These are inspired by the Oriental lunar calendar motif. The largest central sculpture is dedicated to the beginning Year of the Snake and it is surrounded by four sculptures symbolising the four elements - earth, fire, air and water.
The sculptures open at six o'clock that evening and the event will be made unforgettable by a fire show that brings the ice sculptures to life. So, if you wish to experience something unforgettable and special, come enjoy the ice sculptures celebrating the Chinese New Year in Kadriorg Park, because considering the weather conditions, these sculptures will not last long.
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