Incheon is the largest city of South Korea, which is just 24 km from Seoul. Founded long before our era, he walked the path of development from a tiny settlement of fishermen, the commercial port, to the status of a major sea and air gates of the capital, has become a highly developed industrial and ultra-modern tourist centre.
How to get
From Seoul to Incheon can be reached by metro, metro line United these cities also have bus rapid transit. The price for a ticket on the subway is from 900 to 2400 won, depending on distance. The fare can be seen on the subway plans (at ticket offices or ticket machines).
Station names, ticket Windows and transfer signs are all clearly in English. Stations are announced both in Korean and English languages.
Settled here from time immemorial merchants from neighbouring China, the Russian Empire and even countries of the Old world in their own way enriched the local traditions, but, nevertheless, did not violate the authenticity and Oriental flavor. Today the city has grown so that in fact represents a kind of suburban area of Seoul. The rapid pace of development and a high standard of living provide about five thousand industrial enterprises, developed trade and tourism. And also the second Continue reading
It is very important to inculcate the younger generation love to native culture.
Regardless of the place of residence of the Kazakhs must know the language and traditions of his people.
A. N. Nazarbayev, the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan
There are on the map village of the Omsk region under the sonorous, beautiful name Krasnogorka, which in 2010 will celebrate its 110th anniversary since the founding of migrants from Ukraine.
And once there was a village lane, on which lands and founded the settlement. Here’s what history tells us:
The village of Maina was called by name here wandering tribe of Kazakhs lane, that in translation from Kazakh means “rich steppes with an abundance of water and lush grass”. Why is the Kazakh? Because from the second half of the 19th century on the territory of this lot was occupied by yurts of Kazakh nomads. 12 kilometers to the South lived the nomad Sahasi, and West of USBI. It was rich Kazakhs, bred horses, and almost with their herds had no boundaries.
The first settler Continue reading