“The Golden Ring of the Bosporan Kingdom” tourism project received the prestigious Traveler`s Award 2019, which is presented by the National Geographic. The project was awarded for its contribution to the development of cultural tourism in Russia and at the international level, as a part of the special nomination “Masterpieces of the Great Civilization”.
The award ceremony was held on November 28th in Moscow at the hotel complex “President Hotel” of the Department of RF President Affairs . The ambassadors of the project took part in the ceremony: the Ambassador of Grenada to Russia, Oleg Firer; People's Artist of Russia, Edgard Zapashny; People's Artist of Russia, Vladimir Berezin; popular TV presenter, Irina Pudova, and others.
As the creators and coordinators of the project, Khristofor Konstantinidi and Ivan Chaika noted, enlightenment and patriotic education of youth through travel and study of history are some of the key priorities of the project for the year 2020.
We would like to remind you, that this year “the Golden Ring of the Bosporan Kingdom”, together with the National Geographic publication, are implementing a large educational project called “Masterpieces of the Great Civilization”. Detailed information could be found on the site.
“The Golden Ring of the Bosporan Kingdom” is a large-scale tourism project of the four southern regions of Russia, created on the initiative of the Krasnodar Regional Branch of the Russian Geographical Society and the Ministry of Resorts, Tourism and Olympic Heritage of the Krasnodar Territory.
The project includes more than 35 objects of cultural and historical heritage, museum complexes, archaeological sites and modern venues displaying antiques for the tourists in 12 cities of southern Russia. In addition, the project provides for the organization of expeditions and tours, conferences, photo exhibitions and festivals. The overall coordination of the project is carried out by the Russian Geographical Society with the support of the Federal Agency for Tourism. You can learn more about the project , select places to visit, and make a travel route on the russian-bospor.ru website.