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Kizhi Museum-Reserve Reopened for Visitors
16.06.2020 09:02
Kizhi Museum-Reserve Reopened for Visitors

 The famous Museum-Reserve of Wooden Architecture on the island of Kizhi has been welcoming visitors again since June 10. This was reported in the museum's VKontakte group.  It is specified that the visitors are allowed only if they are wearing masks and gloves, and required to keep sufficient social distance. Moreover, it will not be possible to see the interiors of the monuments of wooden architecture.  The report said that you can get to the island using the services of private carriers. Getting regular public water transport services - a hydrofoil or motor ship - is not yet possible, as these activities have been suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.  In Karelia, the 14-day isolation rule continues for residents who come from other regions of Russia.  The Kizhi Nature Reserve is a historical, cultural and natural complex of high value. The basis of the museum collection - the ensemble of Kizhi Pogost - is a UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage Site.

Author: Vera Ivanova

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