When the ice becomes thinner and thinner

Moscow’s Sokolniki Park features the world’s only year-round Ice Sculpture Museum, where the temperature is kept at -10 C (14 F) degrees. Enthusiasts of frost and ice art flock there, especially on weekends and holidays.

Moscow’s Sokolniki Park features the world’s only year-round Ice Sculpture Museum, where the temperature is kept at -10 C (14 F) degrees. Enthusiasts of frost and ice art flock there, especially on weekends and holidays.

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