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The opening of The Year of Black Snake in Town hall square Tartu
Estonia
Tartu kesklinn, 10 veebruar 2013. Märjad lumelärtsakad püüavad peita üksikute möödakäijate morne pilke. Jõulusära on kadunud ja õhtutes ei ole veel grammikestki kevade ootust. Raekoja platsilt kostub aga vaikset kõlarimuusikat ning sealsamas, suudlevate tudengite ees oleval postamendil on midagi peidetud musta kanga alla. Nagu võluväel – kohe, kui raekoja kellad annavad teada kuuesest täistunnist – ilmuvad kohale ka pealtvaatajad, kes postamendi ette suure sõõri moodustavad. Just täna, 10. veebruaril algas Hiina kalendri järgi musta veemao aasta, ning seda siin tähistataksegi. Kohal on Tartu abilinnapea Tiia Teppan. Paljastatakse Ahti Seppeti jääskulptuur “Madu”. Et kogu ürituse jäisust kuidagigi sulatada, süütab tantsutrupp Trikivabrik oma tuletokid ning esitab sädeleva tantsu. Inimesed lähevad laiali. Märjad lumelärtsakad langevad edasi. Morne pilke siit aga enam ei leia.
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