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Cossack Village to Appear in Rostov Region
22.02.2012 12:11
Cossack Village to Appear in Rostov Region

A new open-air museum, which recreates the culture and life of Don Cossacks, will appear in Tsimlyansky district of the Rostov region by 2016.

      The total budget of the project is 100 million rubles: 70 million rubles for the tourist complex and 30 million rubles for the infrastructure and organization of bus and water tourist routes.

      Tourists will be able to visit vineyards and to feel the atmosphere of the Cossack village.

      Don Cossacks were Cossacks who settled along the middle and lower Don. They were masters of horse riding and had superb military training. They also have a tradition of choral singing and many of their songs became popular throughout the rest of Russia.

      Source: Interfax, Wikipedia. Image courtesy:


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Russian museums Rostov Region   

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