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Representatives of the tourism business and the media were greatly interested in the presentation of  Linyi (Shandong Province). And, unsurprisingly, such a natural beauty and ancient cultural heritage!
 
 
  Within the framework of the events timed to the campaign of the Russian side's promotion of the international tourist project "Red Route" in Moscow, the presentation of Linyi City (Shandong Province) took place.
 
Igor Tkach, deputy head of the Department for Foreign Economic and International Relations of Moscow, Mr. Liu Xiangdun, Vice-Mayor of Linyi City, Mr. Valery Loskutov, Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Agrarian and Food Policy and Nature Management of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, made a welcoming speech. Chairman of the Council of the Association for the Promotion of Russian-Chinese Tourism, Yuri Tsurkan, and others.
   The history of ancient Linyi is more than 2400 years old. Forty cultural monuments of the city are given the status of monuments of provincial and state level. The main attractions: the Bamboo Museum, the former residence of Van Xizhi, the tomb of the Han Dynasty, the Memorial Museum, the world's largest museum of dinosaurs, etc. This area is associated with the most famous Chinese-ancient thinker and philosopher Confucius. Linyi is a small homeland for such celebrities as the great calligrapher Wang Xizhi, the famous Chinese statesman of the Three Kingdoms Zhuge Liang, an active supporter of the civil rights movement of the 20th century, Chen Guancheng.
    Undoubtedly, the event will serve to further strengthen business and friendly contacts, will give a new impetus to the development of relations between the Russian Federation and the People's Republic of China, the Association for the Promotion of Russian-Chinese Tourism, and also between enterprises of the tourism industry.
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