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Do you want to find yourself in Ancient Russia and learn something that textbooks do not tell about the baptist of Ancient Russia – Prince Vladimir? Then go to Chersonese for a new excursion-quest. In a thrilling way, they will tell you about the life of the Grand Prince and "take you through" the history of Russia. And there they will also teach you to play the gusli (aincient Russian harp), sing epics and offer to go in search for treasures. The event will be interesting for both adults and children of school age.

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"Many people know that Prince Vladimir Svyatoslavich is a significant figure for the formation and strengthening of Russian statehood, the ruler who gave the country a new religion in the distant 988. Do you know what role Chersonese played in this? Where is the alleged place of the christening of Prince Vladimir? What guided him in his choice of faith? Participants of the new quest will be able to get answers to these questions, feel like a warrior or a contemporary of the Grand Prince, even become a gusli player and sing in epic karaoke," the press service said.

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On the tour you will learn about the foreign and domestic policy of Vladimir Svyatoslavich, about his relatives and warriоrs. And you will also look for old coins, assemble an unusual three-dimensional puzzle and find real treasures.

The event will take place daily at 10:00 a.m, at noon, at 02:00 p.m. and 04:00 p.m.

Duration: 45 minutes.

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Number of participants in a group: from 6 to 14 people.

Ticket price: 250 rubles (about $ 4.2) per person.