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The Largest Gastronomic Map Will Be Made In Ulan-Ude
28.01.2015 14:47
The Largest Gastronomic Map Will Be Made In Ulan-Ude
(Source: http://travel-siberia.ru)

The world record for creation of the biggest gastronomic map will be set on January 31 at the restaurant “Mergen” in Ulan-Ude, according to “Novaya Buryatia” (“New Buryatia”).

      It is planned that the dimensions of the map will be 5 m to 2.5 m. The creation of the “record” will involve the use of regional products and Buryat national dishes. The creation of a food art style will be presented under the brand “Made in Buryatia”, a well-known project initiated by the Government of the Republic of Buryatia. Leading producers of the republic are invited to participate in the project.

      The organizers believe that this event will draw attention to large regional producers and show that the republic is ready for import substitution in the food sector.


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Buryatia Ulan-Ude    

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