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An Open-air Exposition Complex will be Created in Pustozersk
23.01.2019 11:21
An Open-air Exposition Complex will be Created in Pustozersk

On the territory of the first Russian polar city Pustozersk located in the Nenets Autonomous District (NAD), an exhibition complex under the open sky will be created.

      The decision on the preparation   of budget investments in the construction of the facility was made on Monday by the administration of the NAD.  The project will concern the unfinished complex “House and Manor of a Resident of the Pustozersk Volost of the late XIX - early XX centuries”. Its construction   began in 2012.

      The goal of the current investment project is the preservation, development and popularization of the main tourist brand - Pustozersk - as a historical, spiritual and moral heritage of the NAD. 

      Now, unfinished objects are collapsing. The completed complex will not only make a profit from tourism activities, but will also become the basis for the further development of Pustozersk’s tourism potential.

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      It is planned that the project will be implemented until 2020. Its cost will make about 24.6 million rubles. 

      The complex includes a tradesman's house, a barn for fishing gear and a food barn, as well as a bathhouse. The construction of the facility is planned to be carried out within the framework of the state program "Development of Culture and Tourism in the NAD".

      In 2019, the NAD will mark the 520th anniversary of Pustozersk.

      The vanished Pustozersk is located about 26 km from Naryan-Mar. It was founded in the fall of 1499 by the decree of Tsar Ivan III and became the first Russian arctic city. Ostrog was laid on one of the branches of the Pechora delta 100 km from its mouth and up to the end of the XVIII century remained the administrative, military, economic and cultural center in the extreme north-east of European Russia.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian regions travel to Russia    

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