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Kremlin Christmas tree traditions

Kremlin Christmas tree
New Year’s day celebration at Kremlin Palace. Kremlin Christmas tree traditions

Kremlin Christmas tree traditions

Every year since 1954 the Kremlin Palace has become the place for holidays of New Year’s Kremlin Christmas tree. The holiday is held in three halls of the State Palace and includes musical entertainment and theatrical performance, dance, game programs, and this year will be no exception. New year’s fairy tale story is not yet known because it is kept secret until the last days, to make a surprise for younger viewers.

Kremlin Christmas tree
Father Frost and Snegurochka – hosts of New Year’s day and Christmas celebration at Kremlin Palace

Traditionally Kremlin tree is still the most popular. As before, the main New Year’s celebration is gladly attended by children of all ages. Kremlin Christmas tree is still the most important, the most colorful and the most beloved by children. Every year in winter the Kremlin prepares almost 50 New Year’s performances, which are attended by about five thousand children.

Kremlin Christmas tree
Traditional folk dance. New Year’s day and Christmas celebration at Kremlin Palace

In Russia the main tree has its own long-established long-term scenario. Fancy Belle Meets younger guests in the Armorial Hall of the Kremlin Palace. In the hall of the palace is held Parquet fun entertainment, with the participation of all guests, regardless of age. Funny contests, dance around the Christmas tree, fun and joyful representation which is about to begin in the auditorium.

Music, illumination, colorful sets and costumes – but the main thing, of course, along with Father Frost (Santa Claus) and his granddaughter, the Snow Maiden, give the viewer the feeling of a fairy tale. However, the plot of the play is impossible to predict in advance. Each year, invented a new original screenplay, the plot of which is not revealed until the last moment. After all, what the New Year without surprises? Well, of course, the most anticipated by children surprise from the Kremlin Christmas tree – a sweet gift that they carry with unforgettable impressions. Each child receives a gift.

Kremlin Christmas tree traditions

Talk with children. New Year’s day and Christmas celebration at Kremlin Palace
Talk with children
Greeting guests, Father Frost. New Year’s day and Christmas celebration at Kremlin Palace
Greeting guests, Father Frost
Performance at New Year’s day and Christmas celebration in Kremlin Palace
Performance at New Year’s day
Ded Moroz, aka Russian Santa. New Year’s day and Christmas celebration at Kremlin Palace
Ded Moroz, aka Russian Santa
Beautiful Snow maiden. New Year’s day and Christmas celebration at Kremlin Palace
Beautiful Snow maiden
Celebration of New Year’s day in Kremlin Palace
Celebration of New Year’s day in Kremlin Palace
Christmas tale performance. New Year’s day and Christmas celebration in Kremlin Palace
Christmas tale performance
Grand performance. New Year’s day and Christmas celebration at Kremlin Palace
Grand performance
Decorated Christmas tree. New Year’s day and Christmas celebration in Kremlin Palace
Decorated Christmas tree
Beautiful view of Red Square. New Year’s day and Christmas celebration at Kremlin Palace
Beautiful view of Red Square
Festive square. New Year’s day and Christmas celebration at Kremlin Palace
Festive square
1971. USSR Kremlin tree, archive photo
1971. USSR Kremlin tree, archive photo
USSR Kremlin tree, archive photo
USSR Kremlin tree, archive photo
Happy Soviet children. USSR Kremlin tree, archive photo
Happy Soviet children. USSR, archive photo
Space exploration theme became a tradition. USSR Kremlin tree, archive photo
Space exploration theme became a tradition. USSR Kremlin tree, archive photo
Black and white photo of USSR Kremlin tree, archive photo
Black and white photo of USSR Kremlin tree, archive photo
Most favorite holiday for Soviet people, as well as modern Russia. USSR Kremlin tree
Most favorite holiday for Soviet people, as well as modern Russia. USSR Kremlin tree

source kremlevskaya-elka.ru

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