Yekaterinburg mansion to re-open as a facility for journalists
The converted estate was once the home of Paul Utyakova, a Russian entrepreneur involved in mining machinery, engineering and metallurgy. The property consists of a one-story wooden home with a stone plinth area measuring more than 600 meters, Mir66 reports.
Kuyvasheva said that the Utyakova house "would provide a powerful impetus to the development of the dialogue between the media and the government, business and society," according to Mir66.
When complete, the new journalism tribute will contain cafes, a museum of journalism and an area to showcase the cinematic achievement of Sverdlovsk-area journalists.
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