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National Geographic: Vladivostok is included in TOP-10 coastal cities of the world

In the National Geographic ranking, Vladivostok was in the TOP-10 of the coastal cities of the world, along with Marseille (France), Tel Aviv (Israel), Tallinn (Estonia), Brisbane (Australia), San Diego (California), Portland (USA), Perth (Australia), Durban (South Africa) and St. John (Canada).

“Vladivostok is the home of the Pacific Fleet, which visitors can see while walking along the Golden Horn Bay. It is also the end for the famous Trans-Siberian Railway, which links it to distant Moscow, over 5000 miles away, ”writes National Geographic.

In his annual message to the Federal Assembly, President Vladimir Putin proposed granting Vladivostok the status of a “free port” with a facilitated customs regime. However, the creation of a free port regime is not a matter of one day, and now there is a lot of work to be done on a comprehensive study of its concept. About, where is the "free port"read the heading regions.

Photos from travel.nationalgeographic.com

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