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No, snow is not made of plastic!

the Tv host and journalist Anders Lund Madsen has posted a video of snekanonen at the main entrance to Copenhagen's Tivoli on Instagram with the accompanying text: 'I hope sateme, it is superduper organic snow, Tivoli sprays out in these days'.

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I hope sateme, it is superduper organic snow, Tivoli sprays out in these days

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the Video has been viewed more than 14,000 times and has sparked speculation about what it might have sprayed out over the old garden these days in order to get it to look like a snowy landscape.

Anders Lund Madsen wonders of Tivoli's artificial snow. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

Fortunately, Tivoli ready with a solution of the mystery, and they would like to stress, that in every case, not a single person has claimed - is plastikgranulat,

- There is talk about harmless soap suds/water, it inflates in addition to guests to create the right atmosphere of winter in the gardens. It is non-toxic, saying the Tivoli's head of communications Torben Plank, and continues:

- The snow, which we use in the Garden, is a kind of paper. It can actually be eaten, but we would prefer that guests just look at it - all, together, contribute to the mood of the winter. the

Winter in the Tivoli opened 1. February and can be seen up to 24. February.

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