POSTED: December 21st 2013

Sochi 2014 Organising Committee plans to amaze guests with Olympic Park pavilions

CHAD WISE / Sports Features Communications

(SFC) Visitors of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games will not be short on activities during their tour of Russia, as they will be able to witness the exposition of the Russian regions, meet Father Frost at his home, support the Russian National Olympic Team in the Russian Fan House and engage with other fans in the showcasing pavilions of the Sochi 2014 Partners.

The Olympic Park Medals Plaza will be the site of most of the athletes’ medal ceremonies, as well as other performances in the evenings. Sochi 2014 Cultural Olympiad finalists from 62 Russian regions will perform during the daytime.

Fans will have access to the Russian Fan House 6 Feb., the day before the Sochi 2014 Opening Ceremony, through the end of the Games every day from 10 A.M. to 11 P.M. Competing athletes and legendary Olympians of Russia and the Soviet Union will take photos with visitors, while sports experts, coaches, and other specialists will also be on hand at the House.

MegaFon Company subscribers in 30 cities across Russia can take part in the “Faces of the Olympics” campaign until 25 Dec. 2013. Special photo booths in local MegaFon stores will take pictures of subscribers and project his or her six-by-eight-metre three-dimensional portrait on the MegaFon pavilion’s façade at the Olympic Park. Those with his or her picture taken will also be able to share a 20-second video clip on social networks.

An interactive screen with all results from each day of the Games will greet visitors at the VOLKSWAGEN Group Rus pavilion. Sochi 2014 Ambassador Ilia Averbukh will lead a dance show twice a day demonstrating the results of the day, accompanied by digital graphics from the screen.

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