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Historical Reserve Will Be Open In the Region Of Novosibirsk
6.09.2011 09:52
Historical Reserve Will Be Open In the Region Of Novosibirsk

The complex will include 214 archaeological monuments of various historical periods. One will find here objects of Lithic Age, Iron Age , the Bronze Age etc. The most ancient barrows belong to late Stone Age. The reserve will unite  ten cultures of different people. Additional objects and artefacts will be brought from many archaelogical excavations of the region of Novosibirsk.


      

Organizators are planning to create a touristic complex, including six areas connected with each other with the routes of various extents. Camp sites will be open here, stylized as workshops, cult constructions of this or that period or Siberian peasant's log huts. Camping will be also in reconstructed historical "  scenery decorations ".

      The whole square of the park is going to be  4, 5 kilometres. First visitors will be able to come here in two years.

       


      

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