Novosibirsk citizens decided to organize a flash mob where over 40 people took part. An unusual even was on Saturday, July 4, people met near the train station and at 7:15 they started their dance walking. All people wore the headphones and had the same track list the main aim of the flash mob was to reach the fountain in Pervomayskiy park without stopping the dance. From outside this might look rather strange over 40 people without any reasons doing some dance movements but nevertheless it also looks very interesting. Some people asked “crazy” dancers why do they do that and some of them even joined the flash mob. When the flash mob ended (the dance lasted over an hour) everybody agreed that this was awesome and sometime later they should repeat it again. The organizer of Dance Walking Novosibirsk Aleksandrs Rud said that there was obvious psychological effect people saw that something interesting was going on and that changed their mood. “Here comes a person he has his own problems, he is stressed and irritated but then he turns his head and see many people dancing for no reason and it works like a mirror now he thinks that something has changed and he feels better and smiles”, says Aleksandrs Rud in her interview to sibkray.ru. The same flash mobs were held in Moscow, Saint-Petersburg and Ufa.
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Famous historical characters will meet Omsk guests
Inside of Omsk airport building now will be the images of famous and historical Omsk sightseeing and characters. The construction works in international terminal A of Omsk airport have finished and now the hall has the panel which reflects the spirit of the city its historical and cultural heritage. So all the passengers of international flights will feel the atmosphere of Siberian city which stands on two rivers - quiet and humble Om and powerful and mighty Irtysh. On the panels Omsk guests will see not only famous architectural buildings such as Nicolskiy and Uspenskiy cathedrals, Omsk Drama theatre and Omsk Concert Hall but also famous historical characters like the founder of first Omsk fortress Ivan Buhgolz, the admiral Aleksander Kolchak and Great Russian writer Fedor Dostoevskiy. Plus to all this Omsk guests will be also welcomed by the phrase “Welcome to Omsk!” which is written in all most popular world languages.
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