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Summer Season In Nakhodka Swimming Is Allowed
31.07.2013 22:22
Summer Season In Nakhodka  Swimming Is Allowed

There are 20 public recreational sites functioning in Nakhodka urban districts.


Beach monitoring and safety regulations will be effective till end of the season on September 15. Head of Nakhodka city administration approved 20 spots over seashore as arranged public relaxing sites. Same as before, Livadia settlement offers more beaches than any other district. Starting July 10, there are open 11 premises with all necessary conditions available for residents and guests. 8 of them are located in Nakhodka and one in Wrangel settlement.   


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian beaches Nakhodka    

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