Menandai Awal Musim Semi dengan Festival Maslenitsa

People watch the burning symbol of spring, which looks like a brown bear getting out of his den, created by Hungarian artist Gabor Miklós Szoke for the festival in Gorky Park during a celebration of Maslenitsa, or Shrovetide in Moscow, Russia, Sunday, March 13, 2016, with the building of the National Defense Center of Russian Defense Ministry in the background. Maslenitsa is a traditional Russian holiday marking the end of winter that dates back to pagan times.

People watch the burning symbol of spring, which looks like a brown bear getting out of his den, created by Hungarian artist Gabor Miklós Szoke for the festival in Gorky Park during a celebration of Maslenitsa, or Shrovetide in Moscow, Russia, Sunday, March 13, 2016, with the building of the National Defense Center of Russian Defense Ministry in the background. Maslenitsa is a traditional Russian holiday marking the end of winter that dates back to pagan times.

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Orang-orang menonton pembakaran simbol musim semi yang terlihat seperti beruang coklat yang keluar dari sarangnya.

Orang-orang menonton pembakaran simbol musim semi yang terlihat seperti beruang coklat yang keluar dari sarangnya, yang diciptakan oleh seniman Hongaria Gabor Miklós Szoke, selama perayaan Festival Maslenitsa, atau Shrovetide di Taman Gorky, Moskow, Rusia, Minggu (13/3), dengan Gedung Pusat Pertahanan Nasional Kementerian Pertahanan Rusia tampak di belakangnya. Maslenitsa adalah hari libur tradisional Rusia yang menandai akhir dari musim dingin yang pertama kali dirayakan pada zaman pagan.

Hak cipta milik Rossiyskaya Gazeta.