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Bridge to the Crimea Will Destroy Architecture Monuments
20.02.2015 12:35
Bridge to the Crimea Will Destroy Architecture Monuments

The bridge to the Crimea will be built right on architecture monuments, archeologists warn.

      The Hermitage Museum director Mikhail Piotrovsky apprehends that Chersonese in Sevastopol risks to be turned into Disneyland.

      He personally joined in the dispute on the destiny of architecture monuments and museums of the Crimea. Mikhail Piotrovsky came out with what experts discussed internally from the end of January, when they heard about Sevastopol authorities’ plan to merge the open-air museum Chersonese Taurian with the city memorials of war.

      “I know that there are plans to include Chersonese into the tourist cluster of Sevastopol. It is wrong, because the museum is not meant for tourism. The museum should not be turned into Disneylanda”, - Mikhail Piotrovsky pointed out. 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Crimea Architecture Monuments Archeology   

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