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First Path for Disabled Persons On Baikal Shore
5.08.2011 11:19
First Path for Disabled Persons On Baikal Shore

The volunteers fit out 200 metres of the special path for wheelchair-bound invalids in the township Tankhoi. The path is laid on the territory of big ceder alley. The lenght of the path is planned to be brought to 2,5 km. Its mission is a demonstration of accessibility of the unique nature pearls of Baikal shore for invalids.


The capital of Buryatiya,Ulan-Ude, is one of the leading Russian cities in the creation of medium without abstacles for disabled people.Thousand city shops, pharmacies and other objects are equipped with special ramps for invalids. New trade enterprises can't be open without such things. There is a cafe in the centre of Ulan-Ude for invalids, a special library and several comfortable buses serve for wheelchair-bound invalids.


In 2009 in the capital of Buryatiya a special dwelling house for invalids was opened and it became the best one in Russia. 



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