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GP: BLUE NECKLACE OF ROSSONY (Greenway) - Belarus PDF Print E-mail

BLUE NECKLACE OF ROSSONY

Belarus Greenway #2

Greenways definition

Greenways are multifunctional trails, developed in both urban and rural areas, for non-motorized users typically leading along linear green corridors, historic trade routes, rivers and railways. They are managed by local people in order to encourage sustainable development and healthy lifestyle. Greenways provide a framework for community-based initiatives and projects related to nature conservation, cultural heritage preservation, sustainable tourism and mobility. Greenways seek to address needs of locals and visitors and to provide a positive contribution to the local economy.(Sopron Declaration, Environmental Partnership for Sustainable Development,1st July 2006).

Trail presentation

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Blue Necklace of Rossony is a pilot greenway project, which connects two natural reserves: Krasnyj Bor and Sinsha. The trail has been developed for non-motorized users: cyclists, hikers, kayakers, horse-riders and skiers. The backbone trail connects with a network of local walking trails, which provide access to interesting natural and cultural heritage sites.

The backbone trail is a 200 km circular route: Rossony – Klyasticy- Sokolishche – Kulnevo – Yankovichi – Mezhno – Krasnopolje – Ukleenkà – Zaborje – Gorbachevo - Rossony.

The Rossony Region has not only outstanding natural and cultural heritage resources, but also numerous community-based ecotourism initiatives designed to make those resources accessible to visitors.

Main tourist attractions and towns along this trail (nature and cultural heritage)

The Krasnyj Bor Landscape Reserve with its forests and marshes is a natural site of national significance;
Kulnevo – birthplace of General Y. Kulnev, hero of the War of 1812;
The Sinsha Reserve with its natural habitats is of great interest to wildlife photographers and naturalists;
The town of Rossony with its park, war museum and related memorials, Sviato-Voznesenskaja church dating from 1879, Glasko farmstead dating from 1900, and a state forest called the “Rossonsky Leshoz”;
Fomino – a cranberry reserve;
Museum of Jankovichi village in Mezhno;
Sokol Fortress associated with Sokolinsky Castle dating from 1579;
1812 War Museum and World War 2 Museum in the Klyasticy village secondary school;
Open-air museum commemorating partisans in Rovnoe Pole village;
Borodulkin’s farm – a recreation and health center on Beloe lake;
Trodovichi village and Francisk Skorina’s farm;
“Small homeland” of Jan Borshchevskij, the Belarusian and Polish poet, located on Lake Neshchedro.

Main users

cyclists, hikers (nature tours), kayakers, horse riders, skiers

Inter-modality possibilities and accomodation

Inter-modality possibilities (connections to closest cities/towns and options for using public transport train/bus) – local buses to Polotsk, then Rossony. Accommodation in agro-tourism farms.

Contact to trail organisation

Alla Khoren - Greenway Coordinator
'Khoren' farm owner Klyasticy,
Rossonsky region, Vitebsk province,
Belarus
Tel. +37 2159 24343

Aleksandr Kroll - Greenway Coordinator
'Krolova Hata' farm owner Zaborje,
Rossonsky region, Vitebsk province,
Belarus,
Tel. +37 2159 25710, e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Agro- and Ecotourism Association
Dunin-Martinkevich str., 6, Minsk,
Belarus
Tel. +37 517 2510076, +37 517 2522781,
http://www.ruralbelarus.by

Web sites

Blue Necklace of Rossony Project website

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