Special project

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Call of the Ancestors

Russia – Kazakhstan – Uzbekistan – South Korea – North Korea – Mongolia – China

The international automobile expedition named “Call of the Ancestors” is a humanitarian project aimed at uniting countries of Eurasia in the fields of education and culture.
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Automobile expedition 41 city 9 automobiles
The international automobile expedition “Call of the Ancestors” is running with support from the Moscow City Tourism Committee and ANO Moscow Project Office for Tourism and Hospitality Development.

Among the participants of “Call of the Ancestors” expedition are executives of the Assembly of peoples of Russia and the Assembly of peoples of Eurasia, executives of Korean non-governmental organizations, foreign photographers, and travelers from Germany and Italy. The expedition will also visit tourist attractions of several countries: ancient palaces in Samarkand, Nur Sultan, the modern capital of Kazakhstan, the Genghis Khan Equestrian Statue east of Ulaanbaatar, the Great Wall of China, Paektu Mountain, the highest mountain of the Korean Peninsula, the Korea Strait, Ivolginsky datsan, the largest Buddhist temple in Russia, Lake Baikal, and other sights.

The program of the automobile expeditions will include a travelling exhibition of pictures of wildlife sanctuaries taken by Russian and foreign photographers in Russia, South Korea, and other countries.
The photography exhibition will function in Moscow, in Zaradye Park, on July 9–31. Free entry.
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