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The article considers the directions and mechanisms of investment policy in the sphere of military-historical tourism. The article highlights features and practical advices on business planning in the creation of military-historical routes (MHRs). It is shown that in this case the investment business project is a purposeful change of control of military-historical tourist activities in the region, municipality with the requirements for the quality of the results of the use of MHRs, taking into account potential risks, restrictions on the flow of funds and resources and specific organizations for the development and implementation of such projects.
The paper describes the possibility of forming a tourism and recreation cluster in depressed rural communities through a process of territorial planning (based on the example of rural settlements in Borisoglebskii and Bolsheselsky municipal districts of the Yaroslavl region). On the basis of the identified negative features of socio-economic status of the territories of rural settlements confirmed their depression and overall difficulty of further development.