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Swimming Season Closed In Primorye
25.09.2015 09:17
Swimming Season Closed In Primorye

The swimming season which traditionally lasts from June 15 to September 15 was officially closed in the capital of Primorye. The work of tenants of coastal areas is thoroughly monitored by a special committee acting under the municipality during the swimming season.

      13 beaches and 15 places of public recreation operated in Vladivostok this year. The best arranged territories were the Park of Culture and Recreation named after Sergei Lazo at the Sanatornaya station and “Lotos” LLC renting an area in the Lazurnaya Bay, as the press office of the Mayor of Vladivostok reported. The only municipal beach where the residents and guests of Vladivostok like to spend time is situated in the Park of Culture and Recreation named after Sergei Lazo. The management of the park has done everything to make the vacationers feel comfortable.

      Primorsky Territory lies in the Russia’s outskirts, in the very south of the Far East on the Japan Sea coast. Its area is 165.9 thousand km, which equals to almost 1% of the total area of the Russian Federation. The climate in here is temperate, monsoon, and humid, and is distinguished by mild winters and cool summers. The average January temperatures in these regions range from –20o to –4oC. The warmest month in Primorye’s continental areas is July, and on the coastline- August. The average summer temperature is 18C. The region is known for its nature reserves and unique species which are very rare anywhere else. Primorsky Territory features a stunning diversity of life. Habitual species of the north like moose and bear here live together with tiger and leopard, European birch and northern larch are often coexist with tropical vines and lianas. A number of plants and animals are unique to this region. The local Botanical Gardens are full of diverse trees, shrubs and vines, most of which are indigenous species found in the forests of Primorye. Even the pink Indian Lotus grows here in the wild. One of the most remarkable residents of the Maritime Province is the Siberian Tiger, who, in fact, does not live outside the Province in any significant quantities.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Primorye     

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