You can now register as an organizer of "The Night of Geography"

The Russian Geographical Society announces the opening of registration for the organizers of "The Night of Geography" events, which will be held June 3 through 5. It is aimed at popularizing geographical knowledge about nature and society, drawing attention to the value of the unique natural, historical and cultural heritage, as well as the landscape diversity of Russia, and forming a conscious way of thinking. In the Murmansk region, "The Night of Geography" events have not yet been held.

2022 is the Year of Folk Art and Cultural Heritage. The diversity of cultures, the geography of Russian folk arts and crafts, ethnography and national folklore will be the main themes of this year's "Night of Geography" .

Using the wide experience of the touristic, exhibitional and educational work of the regional branches of the Russian Geographical Society, you will be able to organize geographical events in accordance with the goals of "The Night of Geography". These can be lectures, excursions, thematic meetings, film screenings, exhibitions, intellectual games, contests and quizzes, including interactive ones. Events can also take place in open areas, in the form of local excursions, hikes, urban quests and environmental actions.

Register to participate in "The Night of Geography" and add an event on the campaign website from April 11 to May 25, 2022. After registration, a card of the event will be created. It will be available to all visitors of "The Night of Geography" page.

"The Night of Geography" will begin in all the regions of Russia on June 3, 2022 at 6 PM local time. The program of the Campaign may include projects planned for one day or throughout the entire period of the "The Night of Geography".

For more information, please visit the website of the Action or contact Lyudmila Travina, Deputy Director of the Department of Expert-Analytical and International Activities of the Executive Directorate of the Russian Geographical Society, by e-mail: or by phone: 8-800-700-18-45.