European Games mascot Lesik Ice Sculpture to be unveiled in Minsk 

European Games

A two meter high ice sculpture of the upcoming 2019 European Games Mascot and Logo is being unveiled in the Belarusian capital Minsk.

A two-meter small ice sculpture named Lesik the fox is being made for the second European Games. Lesik the fox which was unveiled last November as the mascot for the Second European Games, has been made into a two-meter ice sculpture. The ice sculpture Lesik is also said to feature the European Games Logo.

The Ice sculpture of Lesik is going to be unveiled at the Dreamland Amusement Park in Minsk. The unveiling programme will be held along with a winter festival for European Games staff and Volunteers, as well as park visitors. Those ones who would be attending the festival will be divided in to teams to compete in street games such as tug-of-war, limbo and leapfrog.

The games are scheduled to be taking place this summer from 14th June to  3th June.


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