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A unique guide to Yakutia will be presented in Sochi
On February 8, at the Sochi Olympics, the public will be presented with a unique publication “Yakutia. A modern guide ". The illustrated book, published in Russian and English, contains unique information about the natural and cultural attractions of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), as well as up-to-date information about the infrastructure and understandable geographic schemes.
The initiator of the creation of a guide to the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) was the Ministry for Federal Relations and External Relations of the Republic. According to the head of the ministry Valery Maksimov, "the modern guide is conceived as a unique image publication about Yakutia, which will be focused not only on tourists, but also on the entire spectrum of our partners - both in business, and in interregional and international relations, and in cultural ties" ...
Famous photographers and travel bloggers Sergey Karpukhin, Sergey Dolya, Ivan Dementievsky, Oleksandr Cheban, Leonid Kaganov and others took part in compiling the book. On the pages of the guide experienced travelers give advice on routes and share their impressions of trips to Yakutia. The guide is written in a figurative, lively language. Actual information about the sights of the republic are interspersed with informative information about the traditions and life of the indigenous peoples of Yakutia, climate features, flora and fauna. The book contains addresses and phone numbers of museums, theaters and hotels, given plans for cities and towns.
The book "Yakutia. Modern guidebook ”prepared by the Moscow PressPass publishing house. This is not the first guidebook in the company's experience: a year earlier, she published the book “The Far East. Modern guidebook ”, which opened to the reader all regions of the Far Eastern Federal District at once.