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Moscow bloggers appreciated Far Eastern delicacies

Moscow bloggers appreciated Far Eastern delicacies
Popular Moscow bloggers shared their impressions of visiting the Far Eastern Fair, which takes place on Novy Arbat, online. They tasted the meat delicacies of the Yakut cuisine, shrimps from Magadan, fish and caviar brought from Kamchatka and invited their subscribers to follow suit. 

"Come and buy! Buuzs, broads, any salmon and caviar on Novy Arbat!" - the famous food blogger Vitaliy @ pokashevarim turned to subscribers through the "story". "We got the maximum of positive emotions, visited exhibitions of food products, souvenirs, handicrafts and various master classes! We saw the performances of national teams from the regions of the Far East. In general, an interesting and useful business that will last all this weekend on the new Arbat!" - user @slava_basyul wrote in an instagram post.

The fair impressed the metropolitan girls, two of which have a total of more than three million subscribers. "There is such a movement!" - shared user @pusshmsn. "I liked the fair. Go again!" @karinakasparyants answered her. 

Fair held in Moscow the third time in the framework of the festival "Days of the Far East in Moscow". Producers from the 11 regions of the Far Eastern Federal District brought hundreds of tons of delicacies to the capital, which, after the event, will go to store shelves. All visitors are invited by the organizers to visit the festival of the Far East, which will be held from December 12 to December 14 at the Moscow Expocenter. There will pass The final stage Far Eastern quiz, which could be attended by passengers of the Far Eastern express train, which until springwill run along the roundabout. 
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