Moscow, February 17, Interfax - A castle resembling giant ampoules will be burned in the village of Nikola-Lenivets, Kaluga Region, on March 13, the press service of the local art park reports.
"On March 13, we are preparing Maslenitsa (Shrovetide - IF). This year it is dedicated to vaccination. We will burn the 24-meter art object of Nikolay Polissky, which resembles either a castle or giant ampoules," the press service said.
The artist and founder of the Nikola-Lenivets art park, Polissky said that he will build a "large castle of the cannibal crown" this year for burning, and as soon as he burns it, "the disease will go down, and everyone will be healthy."
Large incineration facilities in Nikola-Lenivets have been under construction since 2004. Since that time, they managed to burn the Media Tower, the Firebird, Baikonur, and the Bastille. A big scandal occurred in 2018, when the "Flaming Gothic" was burned in Nikola-Lenivets on Maslenitsa, and many people were offended by the sight of a burning building resembling a Catholic church.