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Cars in Kostroma Will Be Replaced by Horse-Drawn Carriages
27.09.2011 12:30
Cars in Kostroma Will Be Replaced by Horse-Drawn Carriages

A new project is supposed to creat a pedestrian zone on the territory of Prospekt Mira. Locals and tourists will be offered to use bycicles from city rentals. Besides, it is planned to organise a real horse taxi. The authorities of Kostroma are not going to buy horses and carts - they will make a tender offer to private carriers.

      The route has been already worked out and the total distance is about 10 kilometres. There are several rest stops along the expected road – the Volga river bank, Ipatievsky monastery and the Museum of Wooden Architecture.

        Bycicle routes pass along the embankment, through Park Pobedy and Berendeevka Park.  

      Source: www.travel.ru. Image courtesy: 


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Kostroma Russian transport   

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