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|The pink ball night on the banks of the River Neva
Saint Petersburg is the Venice of the east. It is the town of the tsars, art monuments and the origin of the Russian revolution. It doesn’t matter if you call it Petersburg or Leningrad, this four million metropolis has never lost its fascination and vibrancy. The Hermitage, the Peter and Paul Cathedral, the famous Amber Room in the Catherine Palace or the “white nights” – a wonder of nature which lasts from Mai until July. Saint Petersburg is always in good season and it is called the most European city of Russia.
|Saint Petersburg could enjoy the wonder of nature of a “pink night“ – a night as pink as candy of which people will talk a long time. “Petersburg and Vienna have a long tradition of balls in common, just in Saint Petersburg it was interrupted for almost 70 years. It was my idea to revive this tradition once again,” says the patron of the ball Mr. Heinz Alphonsus about his motivation to organize the first BonbonBall out of Vienna on the banks of the Neva River in Saint Petersburg. The pollster Mr. Brettschneider, who was also an impressed guest of the ball, could affirm, that this was a clever move, “Russian people know how to have a good time, you just have to give them the possibility.” The vice governor took over the patronage of the ball and was more than thankful about this sweet idea from Vienna, “Our two cities are going to intense their contacts on an economic but on top of that on a human and amicable level.”|
|“It’s like a dream. I hope I don’t wake up tomorrow and must see… that it was a dream” says the beautiful lady hardly believing her election of the Miss Bonbon. A little bit more realistically said Billy Riedl, who is coproprietor of MANNER and one of the main sponsors of the BonbonBall, “This is a Miss who deserves the title. We are going to invite her next year to Vienna and this will be difficult requirements for the next Miss Bonbon 2005 in Vienna.”|