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The Remains of the Soviet Times in Tula Region
A LiveJournal blogger has recently visited Tula Region and brought back photographs, illustrating the life of a post-Soviet industrial region of Central Russia. This will be interesting for the fans of industrial tourism who enjoy discovering the remains of industrial towns and studying the process of adaptation of the town in post-industrial era.
--03-08-2012--
Russian Tourist Destinations: Yasnaya Polyana - Where Nature Inspired Leo Tolstoy
Le Tolstoy's Yasnaya Polyana estate is a place where one could clearly see and feel, how the gems of Russian nature can etch into one's heart.
--15-08-2011--


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Birthday of Leo Tolstoy Celebrated in Yasnaya Polyana
The 10th Literary Meetings will take place in Yasnaya Polyana, the memorial estate of Leo Tolstoy from September 8 to September 10, 2015.
--08-09-2015--
Monument to Blessed Matrona of Moscow Founded in Her Homeland
A monument to St. Matrona of Moscow has been founded her home village of Sebino in the Tula Region.
--24-11-2014--
Gingerbread Monument Unveiled in Tula
A monument to gingerbread, the symbol of Tula has been set up in Tula.
--09-07-2014--
Tula Region Governor Richest Official in Russia
The governor of the Tula Region has come out on top of the list of the richest officials in Russia.
--30-04-2013--
Kulikovo Field Expanded by 600 Hectares
More than 600 hectares of land in the Tula Region are transferred to the category of specially protected natural areas.
--25-03-2013--
Monument To Igor Talkov
The Ministry of Education and Culture of Tula region declared an open competition for the design of the monument to Russian rock musician, singer, poet and actor Igor Talkov.
--22-12-2012--
Rich Crop of Archeological Finds Reaped on Kulikovo Field
in the course of prospecting works in Old Russian settlements by the Mokraya Tabola River archeologists of the Kulikovo Field memorial estate unearthed a unique find.
--28-06-2012--
International Festival Centre to Appear in Yasnaya Polyana Estate
The international festival centre will be created on the territory of Leo Tolstoys museum-estate Yasnaya Polyana in the Tula region.
--18-06-2012--
No Charges Against Man Who Killed 3 Robbers
Investigators have not found basis to charge Gegam Sarkissyan, a Russian businessman, who killed three robbers who invaded his home and attacked his family.
--12-04-2012--
New Samovar Museum to Appear near Tula
A museum building for Michael Borschevs private antiquarian collection of samovars will be constructed near Tula. The collection comprises more than 500 exhibits.
--15-02-2012--
Museum to be Built on Kulikovo Field
New museum complex will appear on the territory of the legendary Kulikovo Field in Tula region. The project includes exhibition halls, an observation desk and a spacious conference room with state-of-the-art multimedia equipment.
--10-11-2011--
Ancient Russian Town Unearthed by Archeologists in Tula Region
Archeologists have found ruins of the ancient town of Divyagorsk, according to chronicles dated to the 12th century, in the present-day town of Tchekalin of the Tula Region.
--08-08-2011--





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