Add to favorite
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS

Russias Most Beautiful Village
12.07.2018 11:33
Russias Most Beautiful Village

 The Buryat village of Bolshoy Kunaley, where the descendants of the Old Believers who moved to Siberia in the eighteenth century live, received the status of “Russia’s most beautiful village”.

      The All-Russian Association titled “The Most Beautiful Villages of Russia” has held a solemn ceremony and installed an appropriate sign at the entrance to the settlement, as the “Moya Planeta” (“My Planet” in Russian) website reports with a reference to the association’s press service.

      Book Tours to Russia

      As the Deputy Minister of Tourism of Buryatia Evgeny Malygin told, this is the evidence of the distinctive character of the settlement and preservation of the culture of the Old Believers. Now the population of Bolshoy Kunaley amounts to about a thousand people who are mainly engaged in agriculture. The village is famous for its folk choir representing the folklore of the Transbaikal Old Believers.

      Make your travel in Russia easy and rely on our Russian airport transfer servicesbuy train and bus tickets in Russia onlinerent a car, book air tickets to Russia and get Russian visa support online.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: travel to Russia Russian places of interest Russian village Buryatia  

Next Previous

You might also find interesting:

Atlasglobal Opened Flights From Istanbul To Moscow
Germania Airlines will Operate Direct Flights from Dresden to St. Petersburg
Military Tours in the Village of Ivanovo
AZUR Air will Fly to Antalya from Sheremetyevo
The Tourist Flow From Russia to Israel Increased by 40%

Comment on our site

RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share

Flowers Delivery

search on the map
shopping in Moscow  Ural Yekaterinburg  Painting  LGBT in Russia  Sunken Ships   Exhibitions in Moscow  Russian Cinema  Moscow  Incidents  Chelyabinsk Zinc Plant  Jazz  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  Dagestan  Russian business  Russian spacecrafts  Izhevsk Airport  Baksan  US sanctions  Africa  odd news  Olympic Games 2012  Museums in Samara  Lake Baikal  Misha Brusilovsky  Russian tennis  Komi Republic  Russian history  Mikhail Bulgakov  Russian Supreme Court  #S7selfie  Altai  Russian laws  modern piracy  Maria Sinyakova-Urechina  National Tension  Archeology  Russian Literature  Interros  Krasnodar  Baikonur  Denis Fonvizin  Kostroma  Russian designers  Crown Prince of Russian Empire  Russian music  Aurora  Russian tourism  Gelendzhik  Oleg Mavromati  Festivals in Moscow 

Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites