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Museums in Tula Oblast have been Included in Tourist Clusters
6.09.2018 16:38
Museums in Tula Oblast have been Included in Tourist Clusters

Federal and regional museums in Tula Oblast have been included in the five cultural and tourist clusters. The regional tourist structure consists of five clusters: Central (Tula), Northern (Oka), Eastern (Kulikovo), Western (Belev, Odoyev, Chekalin) and Southern (Literary cluster: Turgenevo, Nikolskoye-Viazemskoye).

      Clusters not only actively develop museums, but also improve public spaces, build the necessary infrastructure. Thus, Tula embankment and the pedestrian Metallistov Street have been rebuilt in the historical centre of Tula, besides, by 2020 the “Museum City Quarter” with branches of four federal museums will open there, thanks to the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation. Special attention is also paid to the development of small historical towns of the region, such as Belev, Odoyev and Chekalin.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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