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International New Life festival starts in Teriberka

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International New Life festival starts in Teriberka

Third International Arctic festival starts in Murmanskaya Oblast today, RIA Novosti reports. The festival is located at the Teriberka, the Arctic village. The small village has gained popularity after Andrey Zvyagintsev's film Leviathan won several film festival awards and was nominated for Oscar.

The festival program unfolds in 6 directions, and each of them is an important starting point for the future development. The main part is architectural and urban, joined by arts and crafts, gastronomical and sports tourism, and ecotourism zones.

The musical zone unites all the parts. It is worth mentioning that prominent musicians from different parts of the world have come to participate in the event. There are several constructions that were built for the festival, and are planned to be left at the disposition of locals, as the region administration has informed.

As we reported earlier, the music festival The Wave of Teriberka has happened in May, 2017. That festival was devoted more to the local food, arts and crafts, local tours, et cetera. The New Life festival would be engaging to those involved in up-to-date issues connected with ecology, life and culture, and of course contemporary music.

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