Small Russian Cities Resources For The Development Of Cross-Cultural Dialogue Through Tourism

Abstract

This article is devoted to the problems of development, modernization and implementation of cross-cultural tourism projects and increasing of their effectiveness in terms of development of modern tourism for the purpose of maintaining cross-cultural dialogue and communications (on the example of the city of Murom, Vladimir region). The article analyzes the cultural and symbolic potential of the provincial cities of Russia in order to identify the cultural potential of Russian culture’s basic values, which can have a significant impact on the development of tourism and cross-cultural dialogue between small cities of Russia, in particular in Vladimir region. The article also considers the problem of identification of the cultural and symbolic resources that can act as tourist sites and attract people to cultural and historical development and increase their horizons. The scientific novelty of the study lies in the fact that special attention is paid to the development of cross-cultural dialogue by examining the problems of implementing international projects and raising their level in modern intercultural communication. A significant place is given to the consideration of the historical and cultural heritage of small cities in Russia with the aim of revealing the basic values of Russian culture and the culture of the Vladimir region.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

08.03.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.03.25

Online ISSN

2357-1330