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Coal Mine Museum to Appear in Kuzbass
11.11.2011 12:12
Coal Mine Museum to Appear in Kuzbass

Museums of the Kemerovo Region will be updated: all the exhibits will have GPS-marks. The authorities are also going to realize the idea of constructing the first Coal Mining Museum, showing the extraction of minerals.

      It is expected to appear on the territory of the “Red Hill” reserve in the abandoned mine. Various regional companies take part in the project implementation.

      The official consider the Kemerovo region to become more attractive for ethno-tourism. It is supposed that tourists will be also like the inhabitancies of indigenous communities like the Shor and the Teleuts.  

      Source: Interfax. Image courtesy: Fotosearch

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Kemerovo region Siberia Russian museums  

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