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Residence of Mammoth to Appear in Komi Republic
16.02.2012 12:53
Residence of Mammoth to Appear in Komi Republic

A new historical and cultural complex will appear in Pechorsky district of the Komi Republic. It will be located next to the Byzovaya village, known as ancient Paleolithic site with burials of mammoths in the north of the European part of Russia. 

      The main part of the complex will include a restored old hut and the Residence of Mammoth. A developed infrastructure is planning to be created in the village, which lies 18 kilometers from the town of Pechora – comfortable camping sites, ski resort, snowmobile and quad bike rentals.

      Interesting tours to archaeological spots will be organized for visitors.

      The total budget of the project is 10, 5 million rubles. First guests will be able to come in 2013.

      Tourist business is already being developed in the Byzovaya village: you can visit the museum with the bones of ancient animals, take part in a workshop on making clay toys, as well as participate in an ethnographic entertainment program.  

      Source: travel.ru. Image courtesy: www.computersafetytips.wordpress.com.


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Komi Republic ethnographical tourism Russian museums Archaeology 

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