Omsk Drama Theatre is in top 50 of the best theatres in Russia
The list of the best theatres was made according to the public opinion which was left on website Yell.ru. While analyzing the comments experts took into consideration two main factors the first one is the rating of local theatres and the second is the rating of all-Russian theatre which local citizens and guests of our country visit most and recommend to other people. As a result there has been made a list of 50 best theatres which received the most positive comments. On the first place of the list is Moscow Cats Theatre, on the second place is Irkutsk Musical Theatre named after N.M. Zagurskiy and on the third place is Yaroslavl Academic Drama Theatre named after Fedor Volkov. As for Omsk Drama Theatre it is on eleventh place in the list, “it is a wonderful place where you fully can fell this theatre atmosphere. Very interesting plays and talented actors – the combination of all these aspects makes you come back here one more time”, such comments were left on the website about Omsk Drama Theatre.
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The Muslims of Omsk celebrate Eid al-Adha
Today on 24th of September Muslims all over the world celebrate one of the biggest feasts Eid al-Adha on the eve of the feast they were praying all night praising Allah. When Muslims celebrate this feast they put on their best clothes, cook traditional food and invite their relatives and close friends. After the praying people dispense charity to those who in need and this is obligatory for wealthy people they may give different thing but also they should give the meat of sacrificial animals. “Omsk is cosmopolitan and multireligious city by respecting the traditions of other nations we guarantee the successful cultural and social development of our city. Eid al-Adha is kind and bright feast which bonds people together and brings kindness, mercy and respect to other people”, says the head of The Department of public relations and social policy Radmila Martynova.
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