The Foundation took part in organizing city tour around Taganrog for children from DNR and LNR
Children visited the historical sites of the city and the Gorky park
The Foundation took part in organizing city tour around Taganrog for children from DNR and LNR
Children visited the historical sites of the city and the Gorky park
The NK Foundation continues its humanitarian project to support people who have left the territory of the DNR, LNR and Ukraine, who are temporarily on the territory of the Russian Federation.
This week, the foundation together with the volunteer movement "Neravnodushnie" took part in organizing city tour for children currently living in a temporary accommodation facility on the basis of the wellness center "Sunny" in the Red Landing farm in the Neklinovsky district of the Rostov region. To organize the tour, NK rented buses, on which about 100 children visited Taganrog on July 11 and 12.
The tour began with a visit to the Chekhov Square in Taganrog. Here the children got acquainted with the guide and visited the writer's house, now a museum, where the great playwright was born and spent the first year of his life with his family. The children learned about Anton Pavlovich's childhood, which took place on the Don, and also got acquainted with household items indoors and took photos for memory.
Then children together with the guide went to Peter the Great Square. The children were shown an artificially filled harbor, a port, exotic trees, a unique sea staircase and other attractions. Also, the young participants of the tour were told about the monument to the first emperor of Russia. This sculpture is depicted on a 500-ruble bill.
After a walk along the embankment, the children took a bus to the Gorky Park of Culture and Recreation. Here the guys went to ride the rides.
In order for the city tour and attractions to be visited by as many children as possible who are in the Red Landing farm, the event was held twice — on Monday and Tuesday, July 11 and 12. The children were accompanied by counselors and educators who arrived from Donbass.
"Children arrived very tense, nervous. They didn't smile and didn't even want to be photographed. Thanks to this trip, many guys relaxed and began to smile. It was very emotional, especially on the rides! The educational part of the tour also brought the children together, they came up and asked them to take pictures with the sights," one of the volunteer told NK.