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Tourists Chained!
22.06.2011 13:22
 Tourists Chained!

The authorities of Omsk region have prepared a promotional tour of the Bolsheukovskii region, during which the visitors will be invited to walk all the path, that had been crossed by exiles and convicts, in shackles. 

      The decision was made by the Ministry of Youth, Physical Culture and Sports of the Omsk region. The tour is called "Moscow-Siberian road." 

      It is planned to walk the path in shackles and to visit the Chapel of Semen Verkhotursk-Chudotvorets, were a  miraculous icon, healing of the "green dragon" and ills is situated. Also it is planned to show guests Phlegon Bashmakov's house.

      
Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia

Tags: Omsk Russian tourism    

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