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A Record Number of Foreign Guests Visited the "Rosa Khutor" Resort in Sochi During the World Cup
8.08.2018 23:38
A Record Number of Foreign Guests Visited the

A record number of foreign visitors visited the "Rosa Khutor" resort in Sochi during the World Cup.

      During the month of the championship the resort has accepted a record number of foreign visitors since the Olympics in Sochi - only the hotels of "Rosa Khutor" have become home to over two thousand people.

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      Fans came from more than 70 countries: Spain, Israel, Peru, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, India, Uzbekistan, Mexico, the USA. The Mountain Park of Football was working at the resort in Rosa Valley for the entire month, the guests could watch live broadcasts of matches on a huge screen and listen to live post-match comments in that Park.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Sochi FIFA Russia 2018 travel to Russia   

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