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Extreme "shackled" tours suggested by Omsk officials
3.03.2009 14:59
A shackled convict

An extreme tour to the Omsk Region, Siberia, is now available for tourists: they are suggested walking in shoes of Russian convicts of the 19th century. All fans of history and extreme can try on short fur-coats, felt boots and walk shackled along the Siberian tract. The tourists wont have to walk 20 km a day like real convicts though, 100 meters is pretty enough to experience a hard life of those sent into exile, say the organizers.
      To try life of the exiled, tourists can go to the village of Bolshiye Uki, where a 20-kilometer-long part of Unique Moscow-Siberian tract withstood the ravages of time. Thousands of convicts walked this way in 19th and 20th centuries.


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