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Historic Villages To Bring Tourists To the Moscow Region
12.04.2013 16:19
Historic Villages To Bring Tourists To the Moscow Region
(Source: http://culture.ru/)

To attract tourists to the Moscow Region, the Tourist board plans to develop historic villages where visitors can sink into the 19th c. suburban life. 

      A typical village will consist of a "manor house" with 11-15 wooden houses surrounding it. The manor house will accommodate a museum and a restaurant, while the guests will stay in the wooden houses. In the attics hay stags will specially be prepared for those who fancy old-style romantic "bedrooms". 

      The project is expected to bring more visitors to the Moscow Region. 


Sources: http://www.travel.ru 

Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow Region Russian history   

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