What to see in Russia
Russia is the largest country in Europe. It can arouse the feeling of love or hate, it can appear enchanting with its fairytale landscape, just as it can appear dark and gray due to its climatic contrast. In Russia there is culture, art, history, with its countless icons, churches, monasteries, museums, art galleries, theaters, (the largest and most famous is the Bolshoj theater) libraries, palaces. Russia today is one of the richest and most important countries in the world, both from an artistic and cultural point of view.
What to see in Moscow
MOSCOW Capital of the Russian Federation a city that in our opinion is a state in itself (considering that all of Russia has about 148,000,000 inhabitants), only Moscow has about 15,000,000 and is considered the largest city in Europe at least by population, the City of Moscow covers an area of approximately 1,085 km2
SAINT PETERSBURG: City founded by Tsar Peter the Great, his will was to open an outlet to Europe. Founded in May 1703 on the Baltic sea where the Neva river flows, the Tsar gave the name to the city from its patron saint, the apostle Peter. The first name was Sankt Peter Burhk from Dutch, he was a nut in Dutch because the Tsar had studied and lived in Holland.
What to see in Kazan
Kazan is the capital of the Republic of Tatarstan with its approximately 1,200,000 inhabitants and the sixth city of Russia, 820 km from Moscow. It is the most important center of Tartar culture, it is located between the Volga River and the tributary of the Volga itself, the Kazanka River.
What to see in Siberia
Siberia is part of eastern Russia, also considered Northern Asia. Starting from the Ural Mountains up to the Pacific Ocean and from China / Mongolia to Getting to the Arctic Sea, a very large territory, a set of cultures, stories, landscapes, religions, populations and different climatic conditions, completely different from each other on the other.
Black sea, Sochi, Crimea
The Black Sea is a sea between Asia and Europe. It bathes several states: Russia, Georgia, Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine. It is connected to the Sea of Azov via the Kerch Strait, among other things, the bridge connecting Russia to Crimea is being built in the Kerch Strait.
What to see in Baltic Republics
The Baltic Republics are 3 states bordering the eastern Baltic Sea, and are: Lithuania, of which Vilnius is the capital. Latvia of which Capital Riga. And Estonia of which Capital Tallinn.
What to see in Belarus
The literary translation is White Russia, according to some historical sources the first Muscovite Tsars wore white robes to distinguish themselves from the Byzantine and Persian emperors, so the rulers of Moskva were called the White Tsars.
What to see in Georgia
Georgia is located between Europe and Asia. It was one of the states of the Soviet Union until 1991, a referendum for independence was held in 1991. 98.9% of the population was in favor, since then it became the Georgian Republic.
What to see in Armenia
The Armenian Republic, one of the Southern Caucasus, Eurasian, was part of the former Soviet Union, the first state in the world to be of Christian religion. The official language is Armenian, but many speak Russian.
What to see in uzbekistan
THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN: Located in Central Asia, it was part of the Soviet Union. The official language is Uzbek, but many people because of a recent past during the Soviet Union speak Russian.
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