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Pics shows: The snow sculptures created by the inmates; Prisoners in a tough Russian penal colony have been showing their softer side by carving funny sculptures out of snow and ice. Inmates of the IK-1 penal colony in the town of Solikamsk in central Russia's Perm Krai region are competing to create the best ice sculpture. Popular themes for the chilly artworks include the forthcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and the new Chinese Year of the Dog. Other prisoners depicted the Russian version of Father Christmas Ded Moroz (Grandfather Frost) and his granddaughter and helper, Snegurochka (the Snow Maiden). Prisoners work in teams to design the sculptures, craft them out of snow and ice and then colour them with special paint. All the participants reportedly take the annual competition very seriously and start working on their designs as soon as the weather gets cold. A spokesman for the penal colony said that more than 20 teams had taken part in the contest this year. He said: "The competition of snow figures is one of our most complex and spectacular events. "Convicts start preparing from the first days of winter, they develop models of the figures, plan their location and make skeletons." The winners will be selected by a special panel and receive special thank you notes that could help reduce their sentences. The contest sparked a lively debate online, with one user saying: "This is normal psychology ??" they need to stay happy and await their freedom." But ???Valya??? argued: "This looks more like mocking the inmates. Like anybody cares about it? Looks like they are just trying to find ways of killing their time."
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Pics shows: The snow sculptures created by the inmates; Prisoners in a tough Russian penal colony have been showing their softer side by carving funny sculptures out of snow and ice. Inmates of the IK-1 penal colony in the town of Solikamsk in central Russia's Perm Krai region are competing to create the best ice sculpture. Popular themes for the chilly artworks include the forthcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and the new Chinese Year of the Dog. Other prisoners depicted the Russian version of Father Christmas Ded Moroz (Grandfather Frost) and his granddaughter and helper, Snegurochka (the Snow Maiden). Prisoners work in teams to design the sculptures, craft them out of snow and ice and then colour them with special paint. All the participants reportedly take the annual competition very seriously and start working on their designs as soon as the weather gets cold. A spokesman for the penal colony said that more than 20 teams had taken part in the contest this year. He said: "The competition of snow figures is one of our most complex and spectacular events. "Convicts start preparing from the first days of winter, they develop models of the figures, plan their location and make skeletons." The winners will be selected by a special panel and receive special thank you notes that could help reduce their sentences. The contest sparked a lively debate online, with one user saying: "This is normal psychology ??" they need to stay happy and await their freedom." But ???Valya??? argued: "This looks more like mocking the inmates. Like anybody cares about it? Looks like they are just trying to find ways of killing their time."
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Pics shows: The snow sculptures created by the inmates; Prisoners in a tough Russian penal colony have been showing their softer side by carving funny sculptures out of snow and ice. Inmates of the IK-1 penal colony in the town of Solikamsk in central Russia's Perm Krai region are competing to create the best ice sculpture. Popular themes for the chilly artworks include the forthcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and the new Chinese Year of the Dog. Other prisoners depicted the Russian version of Father Christmas Ded Moroz (Grandfather Frost) and his granddaughter and helper, Snegurochka (the Snow Maiden). Prisoners work in teams to design the sculptures, craft them out of snow and ice and then colour them with special paint. All the participants reportedly take the annual competition very seriously and start working on their designs as soon as the weather gets cold. A spokesman for the penal colony said that more than 20 teams had taken part in the contest this year. He said: "The competition of snow figures is one of our most complex and spectacular events. "Convicts start preparing from the first days of winter, they develop models of the figures, plan their location and make skeletons." The winners will be selected by a special panel and receive special thank you notes that could help reduce their sentences. The contest sparked a lively debate online, with one user saying: "This is normal psychology ??" they need to stay happy and await their freedom." But ???Valya??? argued: "This looks more like mocking the inmates. Like anybody cares about it? Looks like they are just trying to find ways of killing their time."
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Pics shows: The snow sculptures created by the inmates; Prisoners in a tough Russian penal colony have been showing their softer side by carving funny sculptures out of snow and ice. Inmates of the IK-1 penal colony in the town of Solikamsk in central Russia's Perm Krai region are competing to create the best ice sculpture. Popular themes for the chilly artworks include the forthcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and the new Chinese Year of the Dog. Other prisoners depicted the Russian version of Father Christmas Ded Moroz (Grandfather Frost) and his granddaughter and helper, Snegurochka (the Snow Maiden). Prisoners work in teams to design the sculptures, craft them out of snow and ice and then colour them with special paint. All the participants reportedly take the annual competition very seriously and start working on their designs as soon as the weather gets cold. A spokesman for the penal colony said that more than 20 teams had taken part in the contest this year. He said: "The competition of snow figures is one of our most complex and spectacular events. "Convicts start preparing from the first days of winter, they develop models of the figures, plan their location and make skeletons." The winners will be selected by a special panel and receive special thank you notes that could help reduce their sentences. The contest sparked a lively debate online, with one user saying: "This is normal psychology ??" they need to stay happy and await their freedom." But ???Valya??? argued: "This looks more like mocking the inmates. Like anybody cares about it? Looks like they are just trying to find ways of killing their time."
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Pics shows: The snow sculptures created by the inmates; Prisoners in a tough Russian penal colony have been showing their softer side by carving funny sculptures out of snow and ice. Inmates of the IK-1 penal colony in the town of Solikamsk in central Russia's Perm Krai region are competing to create the best ice sculpture. Popular themes for the chilly artworks include the forthcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and the new Chinese Year of the Dog. Other prisoners depicted the Russian version of Father Christmas Ded Moroz (Grandfather Frost) and his granddaughter and helper, Snegurochka (the Snow Maiden). Prisoners work in teams to design the sculptures, craft them out of snow and ice and then colour them with special paint. All the participants reportedly take the annual competition very seriously and start working on their designs as soon as the weather gets cold. A spokesman for the penal colony said that more than 20 teams had taken part in the contest this year. He said: "The competition of snow figures is one of our most complex and spectacular events. "Convicts start preparing from the first days of winter, they develop models of the figures, plan their location and make skeletons." The winners will be selected by a special panel and receive special thank you notes that could help reduce their sentences. The contest sparked a lively debate online, with one user saying: "This is normal psychology ??" they need to stay happy and await their freedom." But ???Valya??? argued: "This looks more like mocking the inmates. Like anybody cares about it? Looks like they are just trying to find ways of killing their time."
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Pics shows: The snow sculptures created by the inmates; Prisoners in a tough Russian penal colony have been showing their softer side by carving funny sculptures out of snow and ice. Inmates of the IK-1 penal colony in the town of Solikamsk in central Russia's Perm Krai region are competing to create the best ice sculpture. Popular themes for the chilly artworks include the forthcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and the new Chinese Year of the Dog. Other prisoners depicted the Russian version of Father Christmas Ded Moroz (Grandfather Frost) and his granddaughter and helper, Snegurochka (the Snow Maiden). Prisoners work in teams to design the sculptures, craft them out of snow and ice and then colour them with special paint. All the participants reportedly take the annual competition very seriously and start working on their designs as soon as the weather gets cold. A spokesman for the penal colony said that more than 20 teams had taken part in the contest this year. He said: "The competition of snow figures is one of our most complex and spectacular events. "Convicts start preparing from the first days of winter, they develop models of the figures, plan their location and make skeletons." The winners will be selected by a special panel and receive special thank you notes that could help reduce their sentences. The contest sparked a lively debate online, with one user saying: "This is normal psychology ??" they need to stay happy and await their freedom." But ???Valya??? argued: "This looks more like mocking the inmates. Like anybody cares about it? Looks like they are just trying to find ways of killing their time."
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Pics shows: The snow sculptures created by the inmates; Prisoners in a tough Russian penal colony have been showing their softer side by carving funny sculptures out of snow and ice. Inmates of the IK-1 penal colony in the town of Solikamsk in central Russia's Perm Krai region are competing to create the best ice sculpture. Popular themes for the chilly artworks include the forthcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and the new Chinese Year of the Dog. Other prisoners depicted the Russian version of Father Christmas Ded Moroz (Grandfather Frost) and his granddaughter and helper, Snegurochka (the Snow Maiden). Prisoners work in teams to design the sculptures, craft them out of snow and ice and then colour them with special paint. All the participants reportedly take the annual competition very seriously and start working on their designs as soon as the weather gets cold. A spokesman for the penal colony said that more than 20 teams had taken part in the contest this year. He said: "The competition of snow figures is one of our most complex and spectacular events. "Convicts start preparing from the first days of winter, they develop models of the figures, plan their location and make skeletons." The winners will be selected by a special panel and receive special thank you notes that could help reduce their sentences. The contest sparked a lively debate online, with one user saying: "This is normal psychology ??" they need to stay happy and await their freedom." But ???Valya??? argued: "This looks more like mocking the inmates. Like anybody cares about it? Looks like they are just trying to find ways of killing their time."
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Pics shows: The snow sculptures created by the inmates; Prisoners in a tough Russian penal colony have been showing their softer side by carving funny sculptures out of snow and ice. Inmates of the IK-1 penal colony in the town of Solikamsk in central Russia's Perm Krai region are competing to create the best ice sculpture. Popular themes for the chilly artworks include the forthcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and the new Chinese Year of the Dog. Other prisoners depicted the Russian version of Father Christmas Ded Moroz (Grandfather Frost) and his granddaughter and helper, Snegurochka (the Snow Maiden). Prisoners work in teams to design the sculptures, craft them out of snow and ice and then colour them with special paint. All the participants reportedly take the annual competition very seriously and start working on their designs as soon as the weather gets cold. A spokesman for the penal colony said that more than 20 teams had taken part in the contest this year. He said: "The competition of snow figures is one of our most complex and spectacular events. "Convicts start preparing from the first days of winter, they develop models of the figures, plan their location and make skeletons." The winners will be selected by a special panel and receive special thank you notes that could help reduce their sentences. The contest sparked a lively debate online, with one user saying: "This is normal psychology ??" they need to stay happy and await their freedom." But ???Valya??? argued: "This looks more like mocking the inmates. Like anybody cares about it? Looks like they are just trying to find ways of killing their time."
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Pics shows: The snow sculptures created by the inmates; Prisoners in a tough Russian penal colony have been showing their softer side by carving funny sculptures out of snow and ice. Inmates of the IK-1 penal colony in the town of Solikamsk in central Russia's Perm Krai region are competing to create the best ice sculpture. Popular themes for the chilly artworks include the forthcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and the new Chinese Year of the Dog. Other prisoners depicted the Russian version of Father Christmas Ded Moroz (Grandfather Frost) and his granddaughter and helper, Snegurochka (the Snow Maiden). Prisoners work in teams to design the sculptures, craft them out of snow and ice and then colour them with special paint. All the participants reportedly take the annual competition very seriously and start working on their designs as soon as the weather gets cold. A spokesman for the penal colony said that more than 20 teams had taken part in the contest this year. He said: "The competition of snow figures is one of our most complex and spectacular events. "Convicts start preparing from the first days of winter, they develop models of the figures, plan their location and make skeletons." The winners will be selected by a special panel and receive special thank you notes that could help reduce their sentences. The contest sparked a lively debate online, with one user saying: "This is normal psychology ??" they need to stay happy and await their freedom." But ???Valya??? argued: "This looks more like mocking the inmates. Like anybody cares about it? Looks like they are just trying to find ways of killing their time."
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Pics shows: The snow sculptures created by the inmates; Prisoners in a tough Russian penal colony have been showing their softer side by carving funny sculptures out of snow and ice. Inmates of the IK-1 penal colony in the town of Solikamsk in central Russia's Perm Krai region are competing to create the best ice sculpture. Popular themes for the chilly artworks include the forthcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and the new Chinese Year of the Dog. Other prisoners depicted the Russian version of Father Christmas Ded Moroz (Grandfather Frost) and his granddaughter and helper, Snegurochka (the Snow Maiden). Prisoners work in teams to design the sculptures, craft them out of snow and ice and then colour them with special paint. All the participants reportedly take the annual competition very seriously and start working on their designs as soon as the weather gets cold. A spokesman for the penal colony said that more than 20 teams had taken part in the contest this year. He said: "The competition of snow figures is one of our most complex and spectacular events. "Convicts start preparing from the first days of winter, they develop models of the figures, plan their location and make skeletons." The winners will be selected by a special panel and receive special thank you notes that could help reduce their sentences. The contest sparked a lively debate online, with one user saying: "This is normal psychology ??" they need to stay happy and await their freedom." But ???Valya??? argued: "This looks more like mocking the inmates. Like anybody cares about it? Looks like they are just trying to find ways of killing their time."
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