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Fencing championship

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July 12, 2012, 10:58 p.m. | None — by Kyiv Post

The Knight of Kiev Detinets historical fencing tournament will take place yet again in the park
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The most exciting scenes of medieval battles will be revived this weekend in the Kyivan Rus Park, an outdoor theme park in Kyiv region. The Knight of Kiev Detinets historical fencing tournament will take place yet again in the park.

And this time the contest is set to bring together participants of historical clubs from Kyiv and Zhytomyr who will clash in one-on-one duels, and in the 5x5 meter category favored by audiences.
Apart from the tournament, the park horse theater will perform and you will have chance to learn about medieval football as well as Slavic and Oriental dances.

The Knight of Kiev Detinets. July 14-15. 3 p.m. Kyivska Rus Park. Hr 40

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