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Ethno Village Of Nekrasov Cossacks To Open In Stavropol Krai
10.10.2013 12:51
Ethno Village Of Nekrasov Cossacks To Open In Stavropol Krai

An ethno village of Nekrasov Cossacks will be opened in Levokumsky District of Stavropol Krai on October 11, 2013. The village is based on Novokumsky settlement area, where Nekrasov Cossacks have preserved traditions and history of Don Cossacks, who lived in Turkey for 254 years.

      Due to this, the Don Cossacks kept their ethnic identity that later was transmitted to their descendants. As part of the tourism cluster there were developed seven excursion itineraries and tours, which provide the basis for ethnographic, educational, military, patriotic, event, rural, "green" and social tourism development over the region. 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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