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An Open-Air Museum of Miniature Temples Comes to Adygea Republic
23.07.2012 14:13
An Open-Air Museum of Miniature Temples Comes to Adygea Republic
A small-scale St. Basil's Cathedral in Adygea (http://life-list.ru/)

An open-air museum of miniature copies of world's best-known temples and cathedrals will welcomes its first visitors in autumn. This is the plan to attract tourists to Maykop, the centre of Adygea Republic in the Russian Caucasus.

      Fourteen small-scale copies of the likes of St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow and other world's treasures will delight the eye and mind of visitors. Tourists will also benefit from cafes, restaurants, and a 80-room hotel. A cableway will deliver the visitors to the top of the mountain where the "field of wonders" is located.

      The local government plans to further develop the infrastructure of Maykop region to attract more tourists and make their visit more comfortable and enjoyable. 




Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Adygea Republic Russian museums   

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