In the morning, head to the city of Berezovsky, where the museum is located, which attracts travelers from around the world with its uniqueness. The museum has two exhibition halls - ground and underground, the expositions of which are devoted to the history of gold mining in Berezovsky district. Moreover, you will have a unique opportunity to touch many exhibits and go down to a real mine where you can try your hand as a miner. There are several excursions on the territory of the museum, you can get acquainted with them, clarify the details and choose the one that suits you, contact the organizers by phone +7 (950) 205-62-36.
The excursion into the history of the Sverdlovsk region continues in the town of Rezh, where the Church of John the Baptist is located. This pre-revolutionary temple is a visiting card of the city, located in a very picturesque place - on the top of the Eagle's Mountain. The church is famous not only for its magnificent architecture, but also for its collection of ancient icons and the preserved fresco with the image of the Holy Trinity.
Talking about how rich the region is in minerals can take forever. But it is much more interesting to see this wealth with your own eyes in the museum "Gem-colored strip of the Urals". The exposition presents samples of minerals not only from the territory of the Russian Federation, but also from all former Soviet republics. Please note! The museum is open from Monday to Friday.
In the afternoon you will spend exploring the natural attractions of the Sverdlovsk region, but first have a snack at the local cafe "Chocolate". In the menu you'll find a variety of dishes - from pancakes to sushi.
In the afternoon, we suggest going to an abandoned quarry, where expensive gemstones - tourmalines - used to be mined. In the 30s of XX century there was discovered a large deposit of nickel ores. Active mining of nickel began. But in 1991 the development of the Lipovsky deposit was stopped. At the moment a reservoir with an unusual turquoise tint was formed in its place.
Another attraction of the Sverdlovsk Oblast is the Yuzhakovsky waterfall. It was formed absolutely accidentally because of a dam break at the confluence of the rivers Ambarka and Shilovka. It turned out to be such a small, but very picturesque local landmark. By the way, the river Ambarka itself also has its history, along it for several kilometers stretched a number of gems.
After walking along the Ambarka River, head to the ancient city of Irbit, founded in the early 17th century. We offer dinner in a cozy restaurant "Happiness is there", where they cook homemade tasty.
The first day has come to an end, we wish you pleasant dreams in a cozy hotel room.