Teriberka may become the new capital of the "Silver Necklace of Russia"

Teriberka may become the new capital of the "Silver Necklace of Russia"


The traditional "Day of Regions" was held at the youth educational forum of the Northwestern Federal District "Ladoga".

A significant event of the event was the start of the election of the new capital of the tourist project "Silver Necklace of Russia". The governor of the Murmansk region Andrey Chibis, for his part, nominated the famous village of Teriberka for this title.

The participants of the event voted in person, and residents of the Northwestern Federal District can cast their vote in the official community of the forum until September 30.

In addition, Ladoga discussed the prospects for the development of youth tourism, in particular in the field of road trips, and the possibility of involving schoolchildren in projects.

The Russian Arctic is home to 2% of the country's population, while the region's share in Russia's GDP is 10%.

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