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    • Participants of the 'Russian Field' festival were wearing dresses of different epochs to make visitors familiar with the history of clothing in Russia.
    • A participant shows a lady how to shoot a bow and arrow.
    •  A woman sells pieces of art at the Russian Field festival of Slavic art in Moscow.
    • Participants of the festival dressed as warriors during military re-enactments.
    • A woman dressed in national costume during the Russian Field festival of Slavic art at Kolomenskoye Park in Moscow.
    • Participants of the festival wearing costumes of a Tula gingerbread and a Tula accordion.
    • A woman sells sweets during the Russian Field festival of Slavic art in Moscow.
    •  Participants of the Russian Field festival of Slavic art in Moscow wearing national Russian costumes.
    •  A girl wearing a national costume takes part in the Russian Field festival of Slavic art at Kolomenskoye Park in Moscow.
    • Women and children dressed in costumes stand near a promotion board representing Russia's Tula region.
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    Participants of the 'Russian Field' festival were wearing dresses of different epochs to make visitors familiar with the history of clothing in Russia.

    The "Russian Field" festival of Slavic Art took place at the Kolomenskoye Park in Moscow. This is an annual event aimed at making visitors familiar with Slavic culture, music and food. 

    This time the festival brought together more than 150,000 spectators and featured over 2,000 participants from 59 regions of Russia and from Belarus.

    The visitors had a unique chance to taste dishes of Russian cuisine and watch performances by regional folk theatres. Children were invited to take part in various master classes and learned how to make bread.        

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