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The Blue Line Social Project has been Launched in Kursk
30.05.2018 12:19
The Blue Line Social Project has been Launched in Kursk
(Source: https://dreem-pics.com/goroda/5710-kursk-fotografii-goroda.html)

 The “Blue Line” social project has been launched in Kursk, as the press service of the regional administration reports. A walking tour of the historic centre of Kursk was developed as a part of the project.

      A dashed blue line will be painted on the sidewalk for the purposes of clarity. The web site of the project offers audio guides with the description of 22 objects of the tour: monuments, parks, cathedrals, squares, museums, etc. The length of the route is 6.5 km.


Sources: http://tourism.interfax.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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