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Klin Was Visited By More Than 350 Thousand Tourists In 2017
5.08.2017 00:34
Klin Was Visited By More Than 350 Thousand Tourists In 2017

The current year may be a record for the city of Klin, Moscow region in terms of the number of tourists who visited it, according to the website of the Klin district administration. "During the seven months of 2017, Klin was visited by more than 350 thousand tourists, if this trend continues, then 2017 may be a record for this indicator," the report said.

      As the head of the Klin district Alena Sokolskaya noted, a big role in the popularization of Klin's sights is played by celebrations dedicated to the 700th anniversary of the city. In addition, more and more viewers are attracted by the international Tchaikovsky music festival.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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