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Residence of Baba Yaga to Appear in Udmurtia
24.02.2012 11:29
Residence of Baba Yaga to Appear in Udmurtia
A hut on chicken legs, where Baba Yaga lives

The construction of the house of Baba Yaga, a famous Russian folk character, has already started in Grakhovsky district of Udmurtia. The residence will include two huts, which can spin in the place like in Russian fairy tales.

      Baba Yaga is planning to move to her new home by the summer, and immediately after the move she will be able to receive visitors. There is a healing spring in the forest, not far from the hut on chicken legs, and it will be also interesting for tourists.

      It is also planning to construct a special platform near the hut in order to hold theatrical performances. The organizers also want to build a tourist complex, consisting of two spinning houses, where guest can stay overnight.

      Grakhovsky district will be the start point of the special tourist route that unites residences of various fairy-tale characters.

      Source: www.profi-forex.org. Image courtesy: www.moskomprivatbank.com.

       


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Republic of Udmurtia Russian folk tales Russian museums  

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