Russian filmmakers in Warmia and Mazury

A crew of Russian filmmakers representing the 1HDTV company visited the Warmińsko-Mazurskie voivodeship in August, shooting footage for the Karta Mira travel show on top tourist highlights of the region.

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The crew of Teleputeshestvia travel channel stayed in Warmia and Mazury on the initiative of the Moscow-based office of Polish Tourism Organisation (Polska Organizacja Turystyczna – POT) in cooperation with Marshal’s Office of the Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship, the Warmia and Mazury Regional Tourism Organisation, the cities of Giżycko, Olsztyn and Elbląg, as well as other partners from the discussed region. 

The coverage of Warmia and Mazury will include the highlights of the cities of Giżycko, Lidzbark Warmiński, Olsztyn and Elbląg, the Mazury Air Show, a visit to the Sanctuary of St. Mary in Święta Lipka, knight shows at Ryn Castle, a presentation of a section of the interregional Green Velo cycling trail and the one-of-a-kind system of inclined planes co-creating the Elbląg Canal, Poland’s longest navigable canal. Equestrian enthusiasts will certainly enjoy the section showcasing Masuria from the saddle. The authors also put the spotlight on advantages of the regional cuisine, an essential component of each tourist trip.

Teleputeshestvia viewers will watch the 26-minute episode in September and October. The 40 reruns planned in the autumn schedule will be promoted by 600 30-second previews, shown not only by the travel channel but also other stations.  

With headquarters in Saint Petersburg 1HDTV is a broadcaster of twelve popular thematic channels. It has subscribers in Russia, the Baltic states, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. Economically active, middle-income young people dominate the group of 4.5 million regular Teleputeshestvia viewers.

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