16 December 2014, Tuesday, 12:44
UFA, 16 December 2014. /Bashinform News Agency, Rozaliya Valeeva/. More than 900 photos with the hashtag # neforumufa were uploaded on Instagram – after holding the "Bloggers Neforum" which took place in Ufa on December 13-14.
On the first day master classes of popular bloggers were held at Ufa hippodrome "Akbuzat". Anatoly Wasserman told the participants about the popularization of science. There were total eight sections, devoted to photo and video blogging, social networks, social media and blogger occupation.
On Sunday, December 14 bloggers from all over Russia acquainted with Ufa from different perspectives, having divided into several teams. One of them went on a city tour and a meeting with the Mayor Irek Yalalov, the rest went to conquer the Ufa sky at Pervushino airport, others visited the Centre for Contemporary Art "Oblaka" and took part in an urban adventure game.
During the city tour the bloggers visited the monument to Mustai Karim, visited the courtyard of the house where Sergey Dovlatov lived as a child, visited the Institute of Ethnological Studies named after R.G.Kuzeev, Ufa Scientific Centre RAS. There, the director of the Institute Aislu Yunusova made a brief presentation of the centre and invited to see the "The Sarmatians Gold" exhibition.
The meeting with the Mayor of Ufa Irek Yalalov was held in Salavat Yulaev Park.
“This is the first park in Ufa, it was founded in the early 20th century and it is currently under reconstruction”, Irek Yalalov told bloggers. “In Ufa a pedestrian route is being developed now that will take half a day to walk through the streets without crossing the main traffic flows.”
The Ufa Mayor spoke about the preservation of wooden houses — architectural monuments, the fight with the snow on the streets.
Bloggers together with Irek Yalalov visited a suspension bridge. The bloggers’ tour finished on the roof of the hotel, which was almost ready for the technical opening. Here guests took a view of Ufa from a height of 15-storey building and made panoramic photographs.