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The Sapporo Ice Festival Pays Tribute to Florence Nightingale and Medical Workers around the World!

It’s wonderful to hear that the Sapporo Snow Festival has made a tribute to Florence Nightingale and the medical workers around the world who have been on the front line over the past couple of years. It's a beautiful gesture to show gratitude and recognition for their hard work and dedication during these challenging times.

The Sapporo Snow Festival in Japan is a celebration of winter sports and culture, which runs until February 11th, and features a variety of events and activities, including ice sculpture competitions, snow sculpture exhibitions, and winter sports demonstrations. The main attraction of the festival is the enormous ice sculptures displayed throughout the city, created by professional ice sculptors and can be up to 50 feet tall.

If you're in Hokkaido, it's definitely worth checking out this amazing festival! With its stunning ice sculptures, lively atmosphere, and festive events, it is a celebration of the winter season and a testament to the creativity and skill of the people of Sapporo. So if you're looking for an amazing winter experience, don't miss out on the Sapporo Snow Festival.

Sapporo Ice Festival Runs from February 4th to 11th, 2023

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