Bering Strait
Tilda Publishing
2-7 August, 2022

International Festival
Bering Strait
Tilda Publishing
2-7 August, 2022
International Festival

Bering
Strait

Tilda Publishing
2-7 August, 2022

1913. Uelen. Inuits in front of a yaranga.
1989: Pilliken expedition participants built kayaks and crossed the Bering Strait.
'First of all, you have to understand that direct relatives of Chukotka Inuits — their aunts, uncles, nephews — live on St. Lawrence Island...'
The Beringia: History and Tradition

The shores of the Bering Strait have been inhabited since time immemorial, back when the continents were still connected.
During the last glacial period, some 12-15 thousand years ago, a wide, flat isthmus existed between Asia and North America. We call it the Bering Land Bridge. Scientists claim this is where people and animals migrated from one continent to another.

The lands, albeit now separated by the Bering Strait, still have much in common, including language, traditions, and environment.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
A prime example of interaction between the peoples and regions of the Arctic in tourism and the humanitarian sphere, the Bering Strait Festival will be the next step in the development of interregional and international cooperation. The festivities under the festival brand will also commemorate the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples.
Arctic Travellers' Forum
Bering Strait Festival Business Programme
2 August 2022, Anadyr

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International Festival
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Bering
Strait
2-7 August, 2022
International Festival
Foundation for the Development of Tourism, International and Interregional Projects of the Chukotka Autonomous Area
+7 916 672 57 39
Phone number for inquiries:
Bering
Strait
2-7 August, 2022
International Festival
Foundation for the Development of Tourism, International and Interregional Projects of the Chukotka Autonomous Area
+7 916 672 57 39
Phone number for inquiries: