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The first complete guide to Kamchatka appeared

In the Government of Kamchatka, the first complete tourist reference guide for the region was presented, ITAR-TASS reports.

A modern reference book with a volume of 232 pages was printed with a circulation of 7 thousand copies in Russian and English in the format of infographics. “We have put two concepts into the word modern,” commented Leonid Agafonov, a representative of the publishing house. “Firstly, modern because it’s relevant. All information in the guide is up-to-date as of June 2014. In addition, it is not just a guidebook, it is a comprehensive image edition reflecting, in addition to the tourist potential, the main socio-economic achievements of the region. "

The guide used colorful author photographs, footage from ITAR-TASS photo chronicles and other photobanks. The publication will be sold in retail stores throughout Russia and should satisfy the interest of potential tourists in Kamchatka, says Dmitry Latyshev, First Vice-Governor of Kamchatka Krai. According to the vice-governor, the new edition should fill the previously existing information vacuum.

"Kamchatka. A modern guide" consists of several parts: general information about the peninsula, data on its central, southern and northern territories. A separate part is devoted to extreme sports that you can do in Kamchatka: alpine skiing, snowboarding, mountaineering, mountain tourism, surfing, kayaking, dog sledding.

In addition, information is provided on the national cuisines of the indigenous people of the Evenks, Koryaks, Itelmen peninsulas, and a story about national holidays. According to the publishers, the book is designed to ensure the flow of tourists to the territory of the region, where today the tourist infrastructure is developing rapidly.

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