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Gulag will become a visiting card of Yakutia

The camps of Dalstroy of the NKVD in the territory of the Tompon district of Yakutia can be included in the list to attract tourists.

As reported on the website of the Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Tourism Development of Yakutia, the Gulag has the potential to become a business card to attract tourists, the object of scientific research and sightseeing trips. It is assumed that this project will preserve not only the historical heritage of the district and the republic, but also the entire country.

It is noted that it is planned to create tourist camps in the field of abandoned Dalstroi camps on the rivers of Olchan and Ilnekan.

Gulag (Central Administration of Camps and Places of Imprisonment) is a division of the NKVD of the USSR, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR, the Ministry of Justice of the USSR, which managed the places of mass forced detention and detention in 1934-1960. Dalstroy (Main Directorate for the Construction of the Far North) - was also in the introduction of the NKVD.

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