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Krusenstern Will Be Open For Visitors
4.04.2017 16:11
Krusenstern Will Be Open For Visitors

The famous “Krusenstern” bark will be anchored in Kaliningrad during the World Cup 2018 matches, and its board will be open for visitors.

      The Kaliningrad Sea Fishing Port, where the Kruzenstern parking lot will be, is located a few kilometers from the Oktyabrsky Island, where the 2018 World Cup Stadium is being built. “Krusenstern” often performs the representative functions by demonstrating the Russian flag in various countries of the world. During the Winter Olympics the bark stood in the port of the resort city of Sochi and was open to visitors.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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