March 12-14, 2020
Moscow, "Expocentre", Pav.#1, #8


On March 9, Intourmarket will host an extended session of the Interregional Cultural and Educational Project Patterns of Russian Cities

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Ethno-tourism and folk arts and crafts as a driver for the development of territories, tourist and creative clusters

An open session devoted to Ethno-tourism and folk art crafts and crafts as a driver for the development of territories, tourist and creative clusters will be held on March 9, 2019 in Moscow, in the Crocus Expo IEC, as a part of the business program of the INTOURMARKET International Travel Fair.

Venue  Crocus Expo IEC, Pavilion No. 3, Hall No. 15, Conference Hall No. 3-1.

Time  10:00  13:00.

Organizers - the coordination council of the Interregional Cultural and Educational Project Patterns of Russian Cities, the directorate of the INTOURMARKET 2019 International Travel Fair, with the support of the Federal Agency for Tourism of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.

The objectives of the session: implementation of the President of the Russian Federation V.V. Putins Orders of the May 10, 2017, Pr-912, p. 1, Pr-912, p. 7, aimed at preservation, revival and development of folk arts and crafts (NHPiR); development of domestic and inbound tourism in the places of traditional existence of folk arts and crafts; sharing experience and successful practices in the development of cultural and educational tourism; expanding the role and importance of folk arts and crafts in forming the attractive image of Russian tourism; development of tourist clusters, creative economy, ethno-business; development of tolerance and respect for the cultural heritage and traditions of the peoples of Russia.

Limited number of seats. Applications for participation should be sent to E-mail: Sample application is attached.

For information please call: +7 (495) 784-98-00, +7 (915) 148-01-78

Extended session of Interregional cultural and educational project Patterns of Russian cities

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