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Wooden Huts and Country Life to Attract Foreign Tourists
2.08.2012 12:05
Wooden Huts and Country Life to Attract Foreign Tourists

Tens of unique eco-villages for both Russian and foreign tourists will be created in the Moscow region starting from the beginning of 2013. The new settlements are expected to be built on the basis of old region's villages, which are neglected now.

      Eco-villages will be opened every weekend for guests from neihboring regions, cities and even countries. There will be special programs for foreign guests. New settlements will be attracting tourists with traditional country huts to live in, national kitchen and folklore, traditional games and festivities. There is also a possibility to get the feel of a common villager's role - to milk, to feed pigs and chickens, to bring some water using a yoke, to spend the night on a hayloft etc.

      The project is planned to be financed from regional budgets and private investments. Every village is expected to create its own special feature for tourists' attraction, so there won't be two similar eco-villages in the region.

      Ecologists believe such villages must be not bigger than 10 houses, and no more than 30 people for an arrival, to keep environment in a good state.

Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Moscow region russian traditions Russian villages Russian country life  

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