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Tourist Map Of Yaroslavl Distrubuted Through Key Spots And Internet
20.08.2013 14:13
Tourist Map Of Yaroslavl Distrubuted Through Key Spots And Internet
(Source: http://www.turistu.kz/blog/gremsi)

Yaroslavl has got a free city map. Map is distributed for free through key tourist spots of the city: hotels, cafes, museums, tourist companies, gas stations, gift and book shops, public press shops. It is also available in electronic format (pdf) on the projects website, the site of Yaroslavl City Administration and across partner websites.


      

The electronic map will also provide a full list of information and promotional materials in correspondence with printed version. During early stage of the project the number of copies of the map will make up to 10,000 copies per month, not including downloads of electronic version of the map. Later the number of map copies will be increased up to 30,000 copies or to appropriate number.  


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Yaroslavl Yaroslavl map    

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