Exposition and tourist complex «Altai» will appear in Barnaul

«Tourists will be able to see Barnaul (the Altai Region) as the mining town, thanks to the creation of specialized tourism and recreation cluster», - said chief architect Sergey Bojenko. «Tourists will be able to see Barnaul (the Altai Region) as the mining town, thanks to the creation of specialized tourism and recreation cluster», - said chief architect Sergey Bojenko. According to him, the project of establishment the new cluster «Barnaul is the mining town» was developed by scientists fr om Altai State Technical University and specialists of offices «Fifth Dimension». About 160 buildings will be in the town during over the next 20 years. This tourism cluster will be a key element of the global tourism system of so-called Great Altai. «In the first, the core cluster must be formed, which will locate in the historic center, wh ere our monuments were concentrated. The tourism cluster was divided into nine complexes. In particular, will be created a congress and exposition and tourist complex «Altai» - told S.Bozhenko . The authorities hope to restore Barnaul silver factory, to create a park complex with garden Aptekarsky, to organize historical and educational complex «Demidov square and Polzunova street », the cultural complex on the Cathedral square. Tourists will be able to take a walk through the old streets of the city, - L. Tolstoy , which will become a pedestrian. The project will cost about 16 billion rubles . «We had to develop own points of building tourism cluster within the historical center. For example, new buildings construction shouldn’t be more than three levels , in their construction must be used in red brick, stone, wood and glass. As a result, there will be a number of original objects, which will be interesting tourists and inhabitants of Barnaul», - said interlocutor of agency On materials the Interfax –Siberia

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