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Sakhalin Regional Museum Launches a New Tourist Route

17.07.2018

«To the South — to Novikovo!» — a trip from the city of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk to the village of Novikovo and quarry turquoise lakes, which you will enjoy for its amazing beauty of nature and unexpected discoveries inspiring further study of Sakhalin!
Within 7 hours you will cover 250 kilometers; you will get acquainted with the ancient past of the island, the history of its Russian settlement and the presence of Japanese, with the unique nature of the southern part of Sakhalin Island, the results of human activity, technological progress and find answers to many questions. What is the Belokamennaya Chasi (White-Stone Chasi)? Why does water in quarry lakes have turquoise coulour? Where was founded the first Russian military outpost Muravievsky on Sakhalin? What historical relics of the Karafuto era are also a mystery for the Japanese? These and other facts will be of great interest to the islanders and guests.
The mark of quality of the excursion, which has been developed by the staff of the Sakhalin Regional Museum, is based on the scientific authenticity and truthfulness of all historical and natural facts. The new touristic route has been very carefully chosen!
We offer you to explore the most beautiful places of the southern part of Sakhalin, to use the opportunity to see the marals (red deers) and taste delicious Novikov bread.
Price of the excursion: 2 000 roubles

For information and pre-booking, call: 8 (4242) 72–75–55.


 

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