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Tourist Train " Shining Of the North " Will Connect Komi And Big Cities Of Russia
7.09.2011 12:04
Tourist Train



The main target of the project , which has been included in the list of projects of Russian Tourism, is an attraction of tourists from other regions and countries. Russian and foreign tourists will be able to travel through the regions of Moscow, Yaroslavl, Arkhangelsk and Vologda , and arrive finally in Komi.

      The hotel on wheels will be hitched to the long distance trains, bound for Vorkuta , Udora and Troitsko-Pechorsk. The tourists, travelling by this tourist train, will visit national park " Yugid Va ", the reserve of Pechoro-Ilych and also the museum " Vorkutlaga".

      " Shining of the North " consists of two first class carriages with compatments and carriage-restaurant ,made specially by order of the government of the Republic. The first trip is planned on the next summer, its passengers will be participants of the inernational forum and the head of Komi Vyacheslav Geyser. 







Tags: the Urals region Komi Republic    

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