Uralsky Sledopyt

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Уральский следопыт
Categories Tourism
First issue 1958; 57 years ago (1958)
Country Russia
Language Russian

Uralsky Sledopyt (Russian: Уральский Следопыт, Ural Pathfinder) is a Soviet and Russian magazine dedicated to tourism, but also covering various themes like local history and science fiction. It is printed in Yekaterinburg (formerly Sverdlovsk), Russia located on the eastern side of the Ural mountain range, hence the name of the magazine.[1]

In 1981 the magazine established the Aelita Prize for science fiction.

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