Artificial snow was brought to Moscow. On December 27, he appeared at the entrance to the Zaryadye Park from the side of Vasilievsky Spusk. Park staff urged residents of Moscow and city guests to come “to look at the snow” from December 28 to January 12. To create a New Year’s atmosphere, Siberian fir trees were also installed in the park.
On December 28, artificial snow appeared on Tverskaya Street, which was blocked for traffic until January 6. Anastasia Kashevarova, an adviser to the State Duma speaker, told about this in the Telegram channel, who published a video with snowdrifts. The Moscow mayor’s office explained that the snow was brought to Tverskaya in order to build a hill there for snowboarders.
In Moscow, they brought snow to Tverskaya Street and blocked it for traffic.
Tverskaya, Mokhovaya, Okhotny Ryad and Teatralny Proezd will be pedestrianized until 22:00 on January 6. pic.twitter.com/Ts7ILTQx6d
– Moscow News (@moskow_vk) December 28, 2019
Perhaps, this is how the city authorities are trying to respond to the authors of the video about the street sweepers removing the “invisible snow” from the streets. Such posts appeared on social media throughout December. This is how it looked:
Here you are on Twitter, and in Moscow, invisible snow is being removed.
Do you see snow? And I can’t see! So they removed it. pic.twitter.com/nNZcVfg376
– Krychek (@ Krychek5) December 7, 2019
Invisible snow pic.twitter.com/8Z2tfdTSEi
– Pigs (@svinobam) December 26, 2019 And this is how the technique cleared the snow in Vladimir:
However, this was already the case in spring and last winter:
Communal actionism in Moscow “Invisible Snow” pic.twitter.com/8EqaJGCaEK
– Dansing in the drain (@SapientiCats) March 15, 2019
– See the snow?
– And he is pic.twitter.com/xUJB7E02zh
– Mustache Peskov (@Sandy_mustache) December 18, 2018
The Moscow authorities did not comment on the removal of invisible snow. The mayor’s office of Vladimir said that everything should be so: “This is an ordinary car, which is equipped with so-called attachments. And, naturally, she was not engaged in cleaning the snow in his absence, but cleaning the roadway, cleaning the dirt along the curbs. “