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Tourism Cluster Will Appear In Kineshma
14.08.2014 11:03
Tourism Cluster Will Appear In Kineshma
(Source: http://forum.cofe.ru/showthread.php?t=134051&page=4)

The tourism cluster “Kineshemskaya End” focusing on environmental and pilgrim tourism will be created in Kineshma District of the Ivanovo region.

      This was reported by the head of the regional Department for Sport and Tourism Nikolai Zotov at a meeting of the regional government. He said that the draft of the tourism cluster “Kineshemskaya End” with a total funding amount of about 1.5 billion roubles was included into the federal target program (FTP) “Development of domestic and incoming tourism in Russia in 2011-2018”.

      According to Zotov, it is planned to build three modern tourist complexes in the framework of the project: sports and tourist complex “Navoloki” in the village  of Navoloki, tourist complex “Berezniki” in the village of Berezniki, as well as “Nagornoe” in the village of Reshma. As a result of the cluster development they will create 230 hotel rooms, 42 berths and 240 jobs with an average monthly salary of 20 thousand roubles.


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Kineshma     

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