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Sand & Time Festival on Krk Island

krkFor the first time the Croatian island of Krk will host the sand sculpture exhibition – “SAND&TIME Krk Summer 2015″…

The festival, which is held under the auspices of the Association of Ice, Snow and Sand Sculptors and the administration of the town of Krk, will be held throughout the summer months in the island’s largest town Krk in a 3,000 square metre open air space starting on 6 June.

Visitors will have the chance to enjoy sculptures and some amazing compositions made of sand. At sunset throughout the festival visitors will be invited to take part in “The Light Show” and the “Sand Art Show”.

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Tickets
12.00 – 18.30 – 40 kn
19.00 – 23.00 – 70 kn
children under 7 years old – FREE

Check it out, will be well worth seeing.

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