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Finno-Ugric Ethnopark Opens in Komi Republic
4.07.2011 12:39
Finno-Ugric Ethnopark Opens in Komi Republic

Finno-Ugric Ethnographic Park is planned to be opened in the ancient Settlement of Ib in Komi Republic.
      
       The ethnopark is expected to become the major tourist centre and attraction in Komi. It will first welcome its visitors on August, 22nd.
      
       The opening of the park is timed to the 90th anniversary of Komi Republic. The tourist centre includes a hotel, a restaurant of Finno-Ugric cuisine, a souvenir shop and a conference hall, which is the largest in Komi Republic.
      
       The ethnopark will work on a full-fledge basis in three years. The park will stretch over the area of more than 100 hectares on seven hills of the ancient Ib Settlement. It will include a Finno-Ugric village - a complex of ethnic museums and workshops.
      
       Source: travel.ru


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian museums Komi Republic    

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