A museum with an observation tower will be built in the mountains of Ingushetia

A museum with an observation tower will be built in the mountains of Ingushetia

Source: https://ingkurort.ru/
The head of Ingushetia, Mahmud-Ali Kalimatov, announced in his telegram channel that a new museum ethnographic complex will be created on the territory of the all-season resort "Armkhi". It will allow tourists to get acquainted with the history, culture and traditions of the republic.

An observation tower will also be erected at the museum complex. It will offer views of the mountains and tower complexes, which are a unique cultural heritage of Russia.

The Armkhi Resort is located in the mountains of Ingushetia. It is surrounded by architectural monuments that create an atmosphere of immersion in history. Guests of the resort can enjoy the beauty of the protected nature, visit various excursions, take a walk in the pine grove or admire the waterfalls. In addition, there are trails of varying degrees of difficulty in the Armkhi ski area at an altitude of 1,520 m. The slope is equipped with chairlifts and tow lifts.
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