An extensive tourist route is being created in Russia, following the footsteps of the 18th century Kamchatka expeditions led by the well-known Russian explorer and seafarer Vitus Bering. The route includes 39 Russian regions and eight countries.
In the Urals, the route passes through the Perm, Sverdlovsk and Tyumen regions. In the Perm region, the route is already being used by tourists, including foreign guests. The government of Denmark, where Vitus Bering was born, is also ready to support the project.

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