This is a Soviet era card print
Novy God is the Russian New Year's Eve and New Year's Day celebration.
Similar customs are observed in all post-Soviet states. The actual beginning of the celebration is marked by the Kremlin Clock striking twelve, i.e. midnight Moscow Time preceded by the New Year Address by President of Russia and followed by the playing of the National Anthem of Russia.
Russians generally take the week between New Year and Christmas (celebrated on 7 January, corresponding to Christmas Day according to the Julian Calendar) off (Новогодние каникулы "New Year's holidays").
Artists & fine-art connoisseurs, rejoice. These fine art postcards are made with 280gsm, fine art, giclée paper. A perfect medium to bring your artistic vision to life, in exquisite detail and color. Enjoy high image quality with professional-grade paper that is sustainably sourced and recyclable. Available in two sizes: 6'' x 4'' and 7'' x 5''.
.: 280gsm fine art giclée paper
.: Available in two sizes: 6'' x 4'' (15.2cm x 10.1cm) and 7'' x 5'' (17.8cm x 12.7cm)
.: High image quality and detail
.: Glossy finish
.: Sustainably sourced and recyclable