Humanities and Education Academy of Crimean Federal University named after V.I. Vernadsky (Yalta, Crimea);
PhD in Philosophy, Associate Professor; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
EVENTS OF YALTA CONFERENCE IN 1945 AS A TOURIST RESOURCE FOR BUS TRIPS TO THE CRIMEA
Article is devoted to building the technological route maps on the events of the Crimean Conference of 1945. In this context, the blocks can serve as a framework of thematic tours on the history of espionage, diplomacy and is an introduction in the classic routes, “Magic South Coast of the Crimea”, “Steppe. Mountains. Sea”, “Three palaces”, “To the rocks of Ai-Petri”, etc.
Particular attention is paid to those aspects of the Crimea Conference, which is almost not used in the current tour routes. This is the airport near the city of Saki, who was the “Gate of the Crimea Conference”, the rest house of Winston Churchill in Simferopol. Many classical objects, it is proposed to refocus on the events in February 1945. For example a “normal” natural history tour of the park Vorontsov Palace the author transforms in the “Local History” route. The latter focuses on the issues of the safety, the residence of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (Vorontsov Palace) and oddities occurring in the park during the Crimean conference. Article provided with a detailed technical route guidance, which includes items such as: route, time, objects display, illuminated questions, route indication stops, guidelines, organizational instructions. In general terms the author describes the course of the conference and its important, local history items.
The article will be useful not only for professional tour guides, tour leaders of organizations, but also designed for lovers who during their visits to the Crimea want to independently examine a number of lesser-known sites devoted to a major diplomatic summit of the anti-Hitler coalition in the Second World War.
Keywords: Yalta Conference, Stalin, Roosevelt, Churchill, bus trips.