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Ural Road of Tales
June 30, 2013 20:55


(Source: http://www.stepanov-vi.ru)

The project "Fairytale Map of Russia" continues. Children's fairy tourist route will be created soon in the Ural Region.

Inter-regional Tourism Forum "Tourism and cooperation - 2013" was held in Magnitogorsk, where it was decided to create a fabulous route that unites the Bashkortostan, Chelyabinsk, Tyumen and Sverdlovsk regions. The initiative was proposed by the authors of the project "Fairytale Map of Russia" and representatives of the administration of the city of Magnitogorsk.

Apart from Magnitogorsk, "Ural road of Tales" will bring together three motherlands of known storytellers: Pyotr Yershov (the Tyumen Region), Sergei Aksakov (Ufa), and Paul Bazhov (the Sverdlovsk region). As part of the route it is planned to demonstrate some famous sites associated with the works of Russian storytellers, fabulous monuments of heroes and encounters with characters from favorite fairytales. The first part of the route between Magnitogorsk and Ufa will be planned in details in the nearest future, and the first excursion group on the "Ural road of Tales" will be conducted in 2014.

In addition, in 2014-2015 Magnitogorsk will host a meeting of fairy tale characters from Europe and Asia, and the installation of the first continental "fabulous mile" - an unusual road sign indicating the number of miles and directions where the fairy-tale characters live in Europe and Asia. Within the development of "fabulous" infrastructure of Magnitogorsk, there will be children's entertainment park "fabulous city".

"The Ural road of Tales" will be the second interregional route developed in the framework of the project "Fairytale Map of Russia". From November 2011 in the Yaroslavl, Kostroma, Ivanovo and Vladimir regions the tourist route for children and parents "Fairy Ring of Russia" that unites the characters of fairy tales from these regions operates.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Fairytale Map of Russia the Urals Region    

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