Cultural and educational tourist center ETNOMIR (Kaluga region) — this is a unique project that will allow anyone to experience the life, culture and traditions of the peoples of the world. Only in ETNOMIR everyone can become a resident of any etnodvora, feeling himself on the many facets of culture and enriching themselves with new knowledge about the life and traditions of the people.
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Tourists are invited to be not just a visitor to the cultural and educational tourism complex, and the time to become "native" residents of any country in the world, to know its beauty and diversity, learn about the traditions and culture, and to learn many things, and most importantly, look at the world and ourselves through the eyes other nations.
The potential of the project suggests that in the coming years ETNOMIR should become the main ethnic and cultural crossroads of the country. It will take the most vibrant festivals, carnivals, calendar holidays, exhibitions, conferences, concerts, which are directly linked to the traditional culture of different peoples. Etnodvory acquaint people with an ethnic architecture, customs and way of life, history, folklore and mythology, cuisine and crafts.
Constructed etnodvory: China Southeast Asia North Caucasus Russian Compound Second Quarter Third Quarter Streets World Streets Mra
Etnodvory in the draft Australia and the Pacific Afghanistan, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Iran, Iraq, the Arabian Peninsula, Middle East countries, North and South Korea, countries of Central Asia, South Asia South Caucasus (Transcaucasia) Japan North African countries of Central Africa Republic of South Africa, Austria and Hungary Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, Germany and Ireland Liechtenstein Greece and the islands of the Mediterranean Sea Denmark, Finland, Spain, Portugal, Andorra and Moldova Romania Norway, Sweden, Iceland Poland Countries of the peninsula The Balkans Baltic States, Turkey, France and Monaco, Czech Republic and Slovakia, Switzerland Innovation Center Cultural Education Center Bashkir aul Kalmyk khoton Karelia and Russian North Russian settlement in Siberia and the Urals Tatars of Udmurtia, Mordovians, Mari, Chuvash, Finno-Ugric peoples of the United States Canada Mexico Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Chile, Ecuador, Brazil, Guiana, Guyana, Suriname Caribbean