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Across Barnaul With Torches
24.08.2013 17:28
Across Barnaul With Torches

 A new walking tour started in Barnaul on August 1.


Residents and visitors of Barnaul are offered to have a walk with lanterns and torches on August 1. The route of the new regular 1,5 hour walk will pass through city’s historical center at darkness hours. It starts every Thursday at 22:00 from Demidovsky Pillar. Participants will discover legends about Barnaul. Due to the current regional Law on Restriction of Presence of Minors in Public Places of Altai Krai this walk is available for persons over 18 years of age. Children participants must be accompanied by adults.  


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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