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A New Tourist Cluster will Appear in the Sverdlovsk Region
13.02.2018 08:11
A New Tourist Cluster will Appear in the Sverdlovsk Region

A tourist cluster will appear on Mount Belaya in the Sverdlovsk Region.

      The governor instructed the members of the government, local authorities and all specialized organizations to work out the mechanisms for creating a regional special economic zone, the core of which will be the ski resort on Mount Belaya. According to the head of the region, the complex should enter the network of tourist and excursion routes of the Gornozavodsky agglomeration.

      Mountain Belaya should be perceived as a center of culture and leisure. The governor noted that the work should be carried out in two directions: the development of the tourist potential of the Belaya Mountain and the development of nearby territories and settlements. The Mountain is located 15-20 km from Nizhny Tagil and more than 150 km from Yekaterinburg.






Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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