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Safari Park to Appear in Russia
16.12.2011 12:08
Safari Park to Appear in Russia
Losiny Ostrov, national park and reserve in Moscow

Moscow authorities discussed the construction of a new attraction on the territory of the reserve Losiny Ostrov (Elk Island). This will be a large safari park with animals and unique tourist routes. Animals will be walking freely in the forest and special places for feeding will be built.

      The authorities are planning to improve the facilities of Moscow parks and reserves. Bicycle paths have already appeared in Losiny Ostrov. Soon it will be equipped with bicycle parking lots, rentals, information points and maps. 

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow parks Russian animals   

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