Everyone knows, that the French capital city of Paris is situated in the Western Europe. Our team of RTG TV headed for the opposite East. More precisely put, for the South Ural where there's it's own Paris in the Russian backwoods - the village of the same name. There's no mistake as it's a real Paris, but a little village one. It's hardly can be found on map.
Only the name and the Eiffel Tower, which is five times little than the original one, create an affinity between the village and the French capital. There is no more resemblance. Our Paris is an unusual place with it's brave history, distinctive traditions and even with it's own language. They don't speak French in Ural Paris. It's not in demand here. The local one Haidamak language is in use. Instead of croissants and coffee there are flat cakes by the original recipe and sweet milk taken from the cow. How the village Paris appeared in the Ural steppes, how Russian Parisians live, how Paris fiancés steal fiancées, what old women sing their songs about and how they bake their flat cakes and others things the presenter Andrej Ivanov will tell about.