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Solovki's New Project
14.06.2011 14:49
Solovki's New Project

Russia plans to develop tourism in Solovki, it is planned to restore the Solovetsky monastery and to create  tourism infrastructure outside of the archipelago. The amount of investments may reach ten billion rubles. 

      The project involves the construction of new roads on the islands, an airport, apartment houses, health clinics, schools and a kindergarden. In addition, it is planned to create an infrastructure for tourists near the village Letnyaya Zolontitsa. 

      The Solovetsky Islands (Solovki) are located in the Onega Bay of the White Sea.

      
 

      
      
Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia

Tags: Russian tourism investment Russian business   

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