1)"This place is an opportunity to take a rest in THE uniqueness OF THE local nature where you can feel Russian hospitality."

2)"You will have an opportunity to take a rest in the uniqueness of the local nature enjoying Russian hospitality. (Can I write “where you can feel Russian hospitality” instead?)"

Can I write: "in the uniqueness of the local nature"?

Is number 1 not correct? What about the second version? Its meaning, grammar, articles, the usage "of" in a sense of belonging to something?


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Neither of these sound natural to a native English speaker. I know it is challenging to use a foreign language and I wish I could more specific about what to fix. However, may I suggest :

In this place, you will have the opportunity to relax and recuperate, experience our unique natural landscape, and enjoy Russian hospitality and culture.

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