Events not to be missed in January
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Harbin - China
Harbin Ice & Snow Sculpture Festival
05 January – 28 February
Every year a veritable open-air art exhibit is held, created with ice from the Songhua River. This is the scene for the Harbin Harbin Ice & Snow Sculpture Festival: hundreds of ice sculptures are created in the city’s main areas and parks, but actual buildings made of ice can be seen everywhere, turning the city into a Winter Wonderland.
7 - 17 January
This year Tanztage is in its 20th edition, an unmissable event for all fans of dance. Over the years the Festival has established itself on the national and international stage as a point of reference for young, talented choreographers. Dozens of performances are scheduled for the 2016 Tanztage Berlin: from original new productions to established, successful shows.
23 January – 9 February
The Venice Carnival is an event known worldwide that boasts a great history and undeniable charm. It is an Italian icon. During Carnival, there is a succession of events, from the water festival to the Flight of the Angel; prizes are given for the best costumes, and balls and parties are held.
25 - 27 January
Madrid Fusion is an international culinary event that simply must not be missed. Two days packed with events, workshops, and tastings organised to promote sharing and discussion of the latest trends in international cuisine and, together, to promote the excellence of Spanish cuisine.
World Festival of the Circus of Tomorrow
28 - 31 January
A festival established in 1977 out of a passion for the circus, in order to provide an opportunity for young circus artists to perform in front of an international jury. Today the World Festival of the Circus of Tomorrow welcomes acrobats, clowns and jugglers who compete and perform, creating an exciting, intense show.
Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse
30 January - 20 April
A show examining the role of gardens in the evolution of art between 1860 and 1920, covering the work of some of the leading painters of the time. To mention just a few: Monet , Cezanne, Kandinsky, Van Gogh and Klimt.