Crimea

Head of Crimea meets with Steven Seagal

The famous Hollywood actor, citizen of the Russian Federation Steven Seagal met with the head of Crimea, Sergey Aksenov. The politician informed about the meeting on his VKontakte page. Aksenov said that he was "glad to …

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Gas disruption hits Crimea

In Crimea, as a result of an accident on an underground gas pipeline, 16,000 people were left without gas, Krymgazseti informs. The incident occurred yesterday in the area of the GDS - Gvardeyskoye. During the excavation work, the …

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Crimean cities most popular during velvet season

Yalta, Alushta, Evpatoria, Feodosia, Sudak, Sevastopol and Saki, as well as the villages of Alupka, Nikolaevka and Mishor were included in the top ten popular Crimean resorts for recreation in September and October 2020, Tvil.ru reports. …

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Warm autumn awaits Crimea

The upcoming autumn promises to be warm in Crimea, thus, tourists are booking actively for the off-peak season, the head of the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic, Vadim Volchenko, said. "The climate is wonderful, the weather …

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Around 1.5 mln tourists visited Crimea in July

Crimea received about 1.5 mln tourists in July, Head of the republic Sergey Aksenov said. "From July 1 to July 31, 1.432 mln tourists vacationed in Crimea. Of these, 31.9% arrived by air, 62.7% - via Crimean Bridge by cars and …

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Guard with whip attacked vacationers in Crimea

According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Crimea, the police will check the information about the attack on the vacationers. One of the tourists posted a video on the Internet showing a man trying to hit her husband with a …

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Crimea experiences surge of VIP tourism

According to the Ministry of Tourism of Crimea, Vadim Volchenko, this holiday season, limited due to the coronavirus pandemic, the demand for VIP hotels has skyrocketed. “The load is high, most of all at the southern coast of …

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Eight killed in minibus crash in Crimea

Eight people, including two children, have been killed in a minibus crash in Crimea, an emergency source said on Friday. "Another seven have suffered injuries," TASS cited him as saying. The minibus …

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Flights to Crimea fell by 25%

According to the Minister of Resorts and Tourism of the Republic, Vadim Volchenko, in July-August this year, flights to Crimea are more affordable than in the same period last year. "According to our data, the cost of air tickets …

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Major natural fire extinguished in Crimea

Rescuers with helicopter extinguished burning dry grass along the Yalta-Sevastopol road, the Crimean EMERCOM informs. The rescuers received information about the fire in the urban-type settlement Katsiveli, Yalta, at 12.32 Moscow …

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Tourists in Crimea to go through electronic registration

The Ministry of Internal Affairs, Information and Communications of Crimea announced today, that an electronic tourist registration system has been introduced on the peninsula. Such a measure was adopted to ensure the safety of vacationers amid …

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Crimea extends isolation for elderly until June 15

Today, the Crimean government issued a decree according to which citizens over 65 are required to remain in self-isolation for another two weeks, until June 15. "For the period until June 15, 2020, we oblige citizens over the age …

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Embankments open in Crimea

Several resort towns open their embankments for walking. Previously, they were closed due to the coronavirus outbreak. “Sudak headquarters made a decision to open embankments on May 23. The sites can be visited by local citizens …

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Crimea to resume suburban rail service

In Crimea, suburban rail service will be restored on May 18, the coronavirus restrictions are lifted, the press service of the Southern Suburban Passenger Company informs. “From May 18, in accordance with the decree of the head of …

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Russians on private cars flooded Crimea

In a day, the number of Russians entering Crimea increased by almost 40%. "Over the last 24 hours, the number of people entering the peninsula has increased significantly, by almost 40%. They mostly come by crossing the Crimean …

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