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Chinese Tourists Steal Unique Stones from the Beaches in Vladivostok
7.08.2018 00:01
Chinese Tourists Steal Unique Stones from the Beaches in Vladivostok
(Source: https://twizz.ru)

Chinese tourists steal beach glass from the beach at the Ussuriysky Gulf in Vladivostok for souvenirs. “Chinese diplomats in Russia have warned tourists visiting the country that it is forbidden to steal beach glass at the beach of the Ussuriysky Gulf in Vladivostok. Local residents also complain that Chinese guests are taking unique stones from the beach as souvenirs”, as the newspaper writes.

      

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      According to the local resident Aleksander Smolyakov, four to five buses with Chinese tourists come to the beach every day, and tourists rush to collect the beach glass of various colors.

      According to the Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in Vladivostok, some travel agencies tell their customers that they may take beach glass.

      As taking this glass is illegal, we recommend to find more about Russian souvenirs, which can become memorable gifts without breaking laws. 

      Read more about Vladivostok


Sources: http://tourism.interfax.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian souvenirs Vladivostok travel to Russia   

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