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Primorsky delegation will perform in Sochi at the All-Russian Festival of Folk Cultures

On November 1, the Primorye delegation will fly to Sochi for the All-Russian Festival of Folk Cultures, where the Alisa collective and master of arts and crafts Marina Zhogolova will take part in the parade and perform at a creative venue, RIA PrimaMedia reports with reference to Anna Aleko, director of the Primorsky Krai culture department.

Delegations from 85 regions of the country will take part in the All-Russian festival of folk cultures. Such a large-scale cultural action is intended to become an annual event, reviving and supporting the traditions of the folk culture of the regions of the country.

Primorye will be presented by the Honored collective of amateur art "Alisa" and master of decorative and applied art Marina Zhogova with an exhibition of felt products. Among the invited guests of the event are top officials of the state, presidents and heads of republics, governors and heads of governments of Russian regions. The culmination of this event will be a large gala concert on November 4, National Unity Day.

"Our creative teams will take part in the parade at the opening and closing of the festival, as well as on the playground," Anna Aleko said. - In Primorye, about 6,5 thousand people will celebrate the Day of National Unity. In the province there will be about 12 festive events.

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