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Miss Russia contest conducted in Sydney

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Miss Russia contest conducted in Sydney


05.06.2017

unification.com.auMiss Russia AU contest was conducted in Stamford Hotel, Sydney this weekend.

Russian Ambassador Counsellor Vladimir Merinov, Red Carpet Ball Entertainment representatives, organizers, friends and relatives of Russian beauties were present. “Russian gorgeous women have become not only the symbol of elegance, but also ambassadors of Russian culture abroad,” ahs stated Counsellor Vladimir Merinov in his welcoming speech.

Following the tradition, the contest was divided into three stages. During the first one, girls showed their national costumes, in the second one they have presented themselves in the swimwear, and at the final round they have answered hosts' questions.

As a result of the contest jury has chosen Valeria Sizova as the the beauty queen and Miss Russia AU, and Tatiana Feldman has won the audience voting.

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