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Monuments of Novgorod Will Become More Popular
29.05.2013 23:34
Monuments of Novgorod Will Become More Popular
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The Novgorod region will promote its unique monuments. Sergey Minin, the governor of Novgorod region thinks that the region is not accepted as a popular direction in the consciousness of native and foreign tourists. And the government of the region decided to correct this situation.


      

They will promote four historical objects with this aim: Rurikov ancient settlement, a museum complex “Prince Mountain” which is situated in Pereodolsk churchyard of Batezkyi area, the Theater of time in the Trinity pit and a museum complex “Slavyanian village of the 9-th century” in Lubytinskyi area.  The project “Deep – Rus: a net of archeological museums of Novgorodskaya region” is realized within the frameworks of the system of state-private partnership.


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Novgorod region     

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