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Kaliningrad Street Signs Will Be Translated Into English
1.04.2013 15:07
Kaliningrad Street Signs Will Be Translated Into English

 Street navigation signs in Kaliningrad will be translated into English ahead of the World Cup in 2018, as this event is expected to attract many foreign guests. 

      It should be noted that already half a million foreign visitors come to Kaliningrad every year. Their main goal is to visit the cultural sites. The modern navigation system is expected to attract more visitors and to facilitate their visit to the city. 

      As the municipal powers note the signs in English will also be placed at the crossroads of the highways, to point the drivers to various social and cultural sites. 




Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Kaliningrad    

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