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Vienna Ball in Moscow

Vienna Ball in Moscow
Beautiful couple dancing Waltz. Traditional Vienna Ball in Moscow

Vienna Ball in Moscow
The ball, which has become the significant cultural event of international level, dates back to 2003. The Vienna Ball is not only the largest and most famous ball in Russia, but also one of the biggest balls in the world. The charity event traditionally collects funds, aimed to support children’s organizations. Noteworthy, it has become a tradition to choose three most beautiful participants of the ball. And the winner of the beauty contest, except beauty, should have some abilities and qualities. In particular, compassion, friendliness, ability to dance, grace, education and dedication.

Preparation for Vienna Ball Moscow
Preparation for Vienna Ball Moscow

This annual event has become the ideal meeting place for business representatives, politicians, artists from around the world. On May 25 guest court held the 11th Vienna Ball, dedicated to the 400th anniversary of the Romanov dynasty.

Vienna Ball Moscow
Beautiful decorations and participants
Vienna Ball Moscow
Participants of the Ball
Vienna Ball Moscow
Dancing Waltz
Vienna Ball Moscow
Classic Ball

The Ball features simple dress code. Men should be in evening dress, tuxedo or dress uniforms and always with a tie. And the ladies – in long evening dress. Of course, participants should dance the waltz. Look at the gallery of Vienna Ball and some participants of the beauty contest “Best Debutante 2013”:

Vienna Ball in Moscow

Vienna Ball in Moscow
Annually ball
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Moscow ball known as Vienna
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Held in Moscow ball
Vienna Ball in Moscow
most famous ball in Russia
Vienna Ball in Moscow
The charity event
Vienna Ball in Moscow
The ideal meeting place for business representatives, politicians, and artists
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Best Debutante 2013 Ball
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Orchestra
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Waltz
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Stunning interior decorations
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Magnificent event with orchestra
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Violonist sculpture
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Gorgeous participant
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Slim and young participants
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Not all participants wear white dress
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Photo on the background of the monument
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Hundreds of participants
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Let the waltz begin
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Maria Abramishvili, born 1993. Student of University of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Department of International Journalism
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Karolina Baikalova, 1995, High School student. Hobbies – ballroom dancing, swimming, graduated from the circus school. She is the winner of the all-Russian contest “Young Talents of Russia”
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Lyubov Bezrukova, 1992, studies at University, Faculty of Economics and Management. Her hobbies – art, design things, scuba diving and traveling
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Maria Gerasimchuk, 1990. Student of Medical Faculty. Hobbies – music, theater. Maria – a professional model of Slava Zaitsev Fashion House
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Margarita Glukhova, 1990. State Humanitarian University, Department of Art History. Hobbies – horse riding, roller sports, fine arts
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Natalia Elfimova, 1992. University, Department of Economics. Hobbies – music, dance, photography, cooking
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Elena Zakharchenko, 1989. Military University of the Defense Ministry. Hobbies – foreign languages, painting, tennis
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Anastasia Perova, 1992. Moscow State University, Department of Art History and Theory. Hobbies: foreign languages, music, theater
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Ekaterina Shakhova,1993. Moscow State Linguistic University. Hobbies: Latin-American dances, sports, literature.
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Xenia Mesentseva, 1994. International Academy of Business and Management, Faculty of Economics. Hobbies: singing, dancing
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Zarina Kudasheva, 1990. Moscow State Linguistic University, Faculty of Translation and Interpreting. Hobbies: playing guitar, foreign languages, literature. Story written by Zarina in the 11th grade, won first place in an essay competition among students in schools and universities in Russia
Vienna Ball in Moscow
Zarina Kudasheva

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