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Omsk Fortress Might Be Registered in the UNESCO List
24.07.2013 12:18
Omsk Fortress Might Be Registered in the UNESCO List

Nine buildings in the Omsk Fortress are planned to be restored for the 300th anniversary of Omsk.

      The federation is ready to allocate about 2 billion rubles for it within the target program calculated till 2020.

      According to Albert Karimov - the academician of RASN, a member of the Advisory Town-Planning Council of the RF State Duma, it is necessary to soundly and reasonably prove that fact that Omsk Fortress is not merely a local sight, but a part of the universal cultural heritage. I consider it is a must to consider the including the Omsk Fortress associated with the space of Feodor Dostoevsky into the UNESCO list, – the architect adds. Nowhere in the world there has remained that subject environment related to development of the great Russian writer, whose name is known to all.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Omsk, Fortresses Russian Architecture UNESCO   

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