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A large exhibition of furs and fur was held in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky
Over the weekend, more than 5 thousand people visited the exhibition-fair
The exhibition-fair "Furs and Furs of the Kamchatka Territory" unfolded in the hall of a new exhibition center in the north-east of the city. The event, timed to the official opening of the dog sled race "Beringia", was a great holiday of national art, visitors could learn more about the culture and way of life of the indigenous peoples of Kamchatka, and at the same time buy a fur coat or a headdress in the national style.
Under the hands of the masters, the modern exhibition hall was transformed beyond recognition: a wooden trading post, yurts and corners in the national style appeared in it. The exhibition featured all types of fur products, from raw materials to ready-made clothes and hunting trophies - stuffed animals or fur-bearing animals. The exhibition is complemented by souvenirs made of fur, bone, wood and beads. Many masters not only did not only see their products for general viewing, but also continued to work right at the exhibition - they made beaded jewelery, embroidered it, cut it in bone and wood. A food court also worked in the exhibition center, where visitors were treated to fish soup, pastries and herbal tea from Kamchatka plants.
The program also included shows of old films about Kamchatka, shooting from bow and crossbow, demonstration of hunting dogs. For children, master classes were organized, on which they tried to make souvenirs in the national style, and also made mascots for the participants of the race "Beringia" - in the near future their gifts will be sent to the village of Esso, from where the 2017 start the cueurs.
At the closing ceremony, the participants of the exhibition were awarded, who made a special contribution to the development of the national creativity of Kamchatka. Over three days of work, the exhibition was visited by more than 5 thousand people.