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Unusual Hotel Opened in Yaroslavl
6.02.2012 11:19
Unusual Hotel Opened in Yaroslavl
Three famous Russian epic heroes - Dobrynya Nikitich, Ilya Muromets and Alesha Popovich are represented together in Victor Vasnetsov's painting "Bogatyrs".

An unusual hotel dedicated to famous folk character Alesha Popovich has been opened in Yaroslavl. It is situated not far from main historical sights of the city and offers 33 rooms named after well-known Russian epic heroes.

      The hotel's interiors are decorated in the style of Russian fairy tales and heroic epic (bylina). Rooms also have names of notable historical heroes and warriors: “Ilya Muromets”, “Yaroslav the Wise”, “Alexander Nevsky” and others. A wedding suite is caled “Uncle Chernomor”. 

      The new hotel offers tourists two restaurants, a gym, a billiard room, steam baths (banya) and an underground parking. The cost of living – from 2200 rubles per night per double room. 

      Source: travel.ru. Image courtesy: Wikipedia.


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Russian hotels Yaroslavl Russian folk tales  

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