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Kaliningrad Tourists To Witness the Creation Of Amber Cabinet Of Peter the Great
25.11.2012 14:48

Tourists to Kaliningrad will witness the re-creation of Peter the Great's Amber Cabinet in real time.

      Such decision comes in a bid to increase tourism influx to the region, famous of its amber. Over 90% of world's amber reserve is found in Kaliningrad.

      The Amber Cabinet was presented in 1716 by the Prussian King to Peter the Great of Russia. The jewellers will re-create the full-size room over the course of next few years. Visitors are promised to be able to view the progress.  




Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Kaliningrad Region Russian amber   

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