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Gatchina is an ambivalent place in all respects. Knight's castles, humpbacked small bridges and postcard views coexist here with the traces of life of surrounding chavs and simple cottages interfering the secured zone.

From afar Racheyskie Alps form a forest of relict pines with the thickness in girth on the slopes of picturesque hills.

Azov is not located on the shore of the Azov Sea, as many tourists think, but it stands on the River Don and its feeder the Azovka river.

Maykop was founded on May 25, 1857 as a Russian fortress.

If you look at Sibai and its career from the top, with a decent height, you will see a huge hole in the ground that resembles an imprint into the ground of giant pyramid.

The only company that provides the touristic services on the territory of the reservoir is the administration of National Park. The list of services includes horseback riding (1000 rubles per 3-4 hours) and boat trips on the floating landing stage.

Since 1990 Yoshkar-Ola is included in the number of Russian historical cities. It is one of the largest cultural centers of Finno-Ugric Peoples

Once village Vitoslavlice was situated to the south of Novgorod, near the St. George's Monastery, on the shore of the Myachin Lake and the Volkhov River.

Dune Efa (Petsh) is the highest dune in the Baltic States and Europe.

Nilo-Sorskaya hermitage stands in 18 km from Kirillov. It was founded by the Rev. Nil, monk of Cyril-Belozersky Monastery.

Russia's first Swamp reserve Polistovsky was founded in 1994 to protect the unique Polistov-Lovatskaya swamp system, one of the largest and best preserved in Europe.

Peterhof is clearly divided into two parts: gala and everyday part. The guests arrive to the gilded city of fountains by "Meteor" on the bay and by train to the normal suburb.

This exceptionally cosy and soulful Moscow country manor of red bricks often gets "in a film frame" as a model of residence of noble families.

The main monument of the Nature Reserve is the Opuk Mountain with the height of 185 meters.

There are two cities called Kalach on the map of Russia: in the Voronezh region and on the Don, and even biographies of these cities are similar.

The Ethnographic Centre Us-Kut is located at a five kilometers distance from Yakutsk. The name is translated from the Yakut as the sacred mountain. Guests can see everything in Us-Kut in just half an hour, and it will be a real ethnographic expedition.

The official status of Chochur-Muran is an ethnographic complex. In fact, it looks more like a nutritional and cognitive complex - a sort of a ground for holding banquets with an educational emphasis. The cute wooden buildings host guest houses and banquet facilities.

Kuzma Sergeevich Petrov-Vodkin is perhaps the most famous native of Khvalynsk. It is not surprising that there is a real cult of the author of Bathing the Red Horse in this town, and the name of Petrov-Vodkin was given to the Khvalynsk artistic and memorial museum.

Starobayramgulovo is a quiet place, but it is well-known among the Muslim pilgrims.

The name Terskol belongs both to the gorge and the glacier, as well as the river flowing from it, but for tourists Terskol is mainly the village in the Baksanskoe Gorge, the administrative centre of the recreational area of the Elbrus region.

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