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The Route Of The Golden Ring of Altai Was Changed
26.02.2013 12:03
The Route Of The Golden Ring of Altai Was Changed

The Governor of the Altai Territory Alexander Karlin approved an updated scheme of the inter-regional transboundary route "The Golden Ring of Altai". The revised version of the route has greatly expanded its borders.


Now it includes the steppe part of the region, and the route passes through 9 cities and 47 districts of the region. According to the opinion of the route developers, it will bring an even greater number of tourists to the region. Due to the changes in the borders of the route the tourists will have the opportunity to visit not only the mountain part of the Altai Territory, but also to visit the salt lakes famous for their healing properties. The route "The Golden Ring of Altai” also includes the resort city Yarovoye famous outside the boundaries of the Territory. The total length of the route is more than two thousand kilometers.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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