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Imperial Route Attracts Many Tourists to Tyumen
24.11.2018 13:31
Imperial Route Attracts Many Tourists to Tyumen

More than 1.3 thousand tourists will visit Tyumen Oblast this year within the frame of the “Imperial Route”. Tourists from 16 Russian regions have visited this year the Tyumen region within the frame of the national tourist project titled “Imperial Route”. For example, from July to October 2018, tourists from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Khanty-Mansiysk, Yekaterinburg and other Russian cities have traveled along the route.

      Besides, tourists from Canada, Serbia, Australia, and Estonia also visited Tyumen and Tobolsk.

      It is expected that the tourist flow to Tyumen Oblast under the “Imperial Route” project will make up more than 1.3 thousand tourists by the end of 2018.

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      The “Imperial Route” is a national tourist and cultural-educational project that was presented to the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation in September 2017. In the beginning the route included Moscow, St. Petersburg, Tobolsk, Tyumen and Yekaterinburg – the so-called “last journey” of Emperor Nikolai II and his family. Now the “Imperial Route” includes 14 regions.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Tyumen     

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