The Luxuries of Central Region

Pryaniki, pike cutles and other delicacies

By Federal Agency for Tourism

Gingerbread and samovar 1 by Medovye Traditsii FactoryFederal Agency for Tourism

Symbols of Tula City

Two of Tula's food symbols are pryanik and samovar.

Factory Honey traditions 3 by Medovye Traditsii FactoryFederal Agency for Tourism

Both have a dedicated museum.

The smaller Pryanik Museum exhibits wooden planks for imprinting pryaniks, Russia’s smallest and largest pryaniks, and photos and drawings of the preparation stages.

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Сhief Сonsultant — Ekaterina Drozdova, restaurateur, gastronomic entrepreneur, food and social activist, Photo production — tm agency, Contributors — Proximity Russia, Denis Yershov, Alexandra Grigoryeva

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