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The 5th Sino-Russian Fair of Culture and Art was inaugurated in Blagoveshchensk

27 July in the capital of the Amur region Blagoveshchensk solemnly opened the V Sino-Russian Fair of Culture and Art, reports Xinhua news agency.

At the opening, dance groups from the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region from China and the State Academic Dance Ensemble of Siberia named after Godenko, representing Russia, performed.

In the central square of Blagoveshchensk, in addition to the concert program, there was an exhibition of masters of decorative and applied art of China, as well as a massive launch of kites.

In addition, the organizers pleased numerous spectators with the grandiose 3D-mapping show - the whole five-year history of the fair was shown on the wall of the government building of the Amur region. The ceremonial opening events culminated in colorful fireworks.

The Chinese-Russian Culture and Art Fair is held simultaneously in Chinese and Russian territories. Heihe City of Heilongjiang Province and Russian Blagoveshchensk are traditionally the central venues of the fair. This year, the fair runs from 27 to 31 July. The fair is organized by the Ministry of Culture of the People's Republic of China, the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, the Heilongjiang provincial government, and the administration of the Amur Region of the Russian Federation.

This year more than 600 people take part in the fair.

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