Ramada Hotel & Spa

 

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СПА комплекс
Открытый бассейн с подогревом
Крытый бассейн с джакузи
Хамам, финская сауна
Техники массажа, лечебные процедуры
Наши преимущества
Ресторан Le Vicomte, Лобби-бар, Витамин-бар, ночной бар Boogies
10 минут на машине от аэропорта Кольцово и 15 минут от центра города
Бесплатная парковка
SPA complex
Outdoor heated pool
Indoor pool with jacuzzi
Hamam, finnish sauna
Massage techniques, treatment procedures
Our advantages
Restaurant Le Vicomte, Lobby bar, Vitamin bar, night Boogies bar
10 minutes by car from Koltsovo Airport and 15 minutes from the city center
Free parking
 

Allaki

Allaki. Kamennye Palatki "Kamennye palatki" which are also called an ancient sanctuary are like two granite rocky ways out: Bey-Tash and Kinel-Tash, which are located on the opposite shores of the lake Bolshiye Allaki, in 12 km to the north-east of the town Kasli, in the suburbs of the village Krasny Partizan and Allaki.

This archeological significant site was found out and described for the first time in 1914 by the ural archeologist, full-fledged member of the Ural Society of Naturalists (USN), member of the Orenburg Academic Archival Committee - Vladimir Yakovlevich Tolmachev. He was the first who found out and took photos of rock painting fragments, which were made by natural paint - sienna, he undertook archeological studies and gave a full description of this unique object. Scientists think that the age of discovered paintings is approximately 7-10 thousand years, but unfortunately the major part was not preserved and was savagely extinguished by tourists visiting these places. The images of dancing little men with aerials on the heads symbolizing under the assumption of archeologists dances of shamans in ritual headdresses are in the best conditions. Tolmachev has conducted research of the area adjoining to Kamennye Palatki and found out stone and bronze tips of arrows, ceramics fragments, the copper idol looking like a bird, the copper spear, the granite round plate and two human skulls at the bottom of the lake on the small depth. Tolmachev thought his findings belonged to the period of mesolit, neolith, to the bronze age and has also assumed that this place was a sanctuary near which many centuries ago different religious practices of sacrifices were made.

Address: Russia, 620990, Yekaterinburg, 10km avtodorogi Yekaterinburg - a/p "Koltsovo", 15.

Multichannel phone: +7 (343) 259-35-35

 

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