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New Tourist Center To Appear In Nenets Autonomous Okrug
15.09.2011 09:56
New Tourist Center To Appear In Nenets Autonomous Okrug

Nents Autonomous Okrug will be included in the map of routes of northwest of Russia, which will allow the region to become one of the tourist regions of the country. Foundation of the new hotel building has already been laid , it is situated beside Naryan - Mar.

      Building of the new tourist cultural center is planned at six kilometres' distance from the district capital with year-round accessibility by means of motor transport. The complex will consist of administrative building, bathhouse, summer stage with 150 places, seven tents of skin , open car park, two enclosures for deer, children's playground and transformer substation. Whole square of the territory is 5 hectares. New center is going to create favourable conditions for tourism development.


      

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      strana.ru/


Tags: Nenets Autonomous Area Russian tourism    

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