Russia-controlled Government of Crimea has decided to allocate land (16.8 hectares) on the territory of Zhemchuzhina ("Pearl") sanatorium in Yalta for construction of a casino, according to the Crimean architectural portal.
“Crimean authorities have approved the boundaries of the first section of the gambling zone, being developed for the past two years. It will appear within the territory of Zhemchuzhina sanatorium in Gaspra (Big Yalta),” reads the report.
It was reported earlier that this area can be taken out the village borders.
Reportedly, the development of construction documentation is underway. The allotment has already been withdrawn from the village borders and the construction will be launched after determining the boundaries of the gambling zone.
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