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08.02.24 10:30
Tourism

What attracts tourists to the town of Plyos?

Small? No, it is truly tiny! The area is only three square kilometers. There are 1800 permanent residents. This is Plyos. A picturesque town on the Volga. Very popular with tourists. Here the presenter will go on a plein air tour with a famous artist. He will try himself in the role of a jeweler-bone cutter. Learn how to hunt bear and boil water with rocks.

We thank the town administration and the editorial office of the "Plyosskie vedomosti" newspaper for their help in organising the filming.


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