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Chukchee exposition opens on "Far East Street" in the framework of WEF-2017 - EastRussia | Far East






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Chukot exposition opened on the "Street of the Far East" in the framework of the WEF-2017

The main theme of the Chukotka pavilion at the East Asian Economic Forum (VEF-2017), opened today as the other regions this year, was the environmental protection. This was reported on Tuesday by the press service of the government of the autonomy.

“The Chukotka Pavilion is made of biodegradable and recycled materials. All rooms and furniture are made from recycled materials - waste paper, cardboard, barrels. The pavilion is made in the form of a full size bowhead whale. Inside the cytarium there are two sites with 3D-models of marine inhabitants of the north, light and sound effects, including “the song of the whales” and sounds of wildlife, ”the message says. The pavilion has a meeting area, which is located next to the ice wall - herbarium. Next to the main pavilion installed yaranga. In addition, a gazebo is located on the site, in the manufacture of which “green technologies” were also used, and Vadim Kuleshov's sculptures, such as the sandpip, the kayur with dogs and real sleds.

Not far from the Kitararium, two wooden kochas were launched into the water - the ships on which Semyon Dezhnev first sailed from the Arctic Ocean to the Pacific through the Bering Strait. Kochi was built in 2011 in Petrozavodsk, for three years they participated in the expedition "The Arctic - the territory of discoveries." Anyone wishing to take a boat trip can go sailing on them.

As reported, at the end of the forum, the entire exposition of “Streets of the Far East” will return to Chukotka, where it will be used as a museum exposition of an entertainment complex.

VEF-2017 begins its work on the island of Russian in Vladivostok. The main events will be held on September 6-7.