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- Khabarovsk is a city in East Siberia, Russia, near the Chinese border.
- Khabarovsk is a large port famous for its «river-sea» operations.
- Khabarovsk is a beautiful city with its broad tree lined boulevards and renovated buildings.
- Khabarovsk is a major industrial centre in Russia's Far East.
- Khabarovsk is a major stop on the line.
- Moscow is the main city of the Golden Ring.
- Moscow is also the heart of Russian performing arts, including ballet and film.
- Moscow - the cultural capital of the world Take a tour of the historic Moscow Metro.
- Tver was formerly the capital of a powerful medieval state and the model provincial town of Imperial Russia.
- Tver is a leading producer of cotton, linen, and silk fabrics.
- Tver is one of the oldest Russian cities, founded in the 12th century.
- Tver was at one time the capital of an unruly mini-state that was Moscow's chief rival in the 14th and 15th centuries.
- Tver was burned twice (1276 and 1282), but nothing could interfere with its growth and development.
- Anapa is a Russia n seaport town, found on the northern coast of the Black Sea near the Sea of Azov.
- Anapa is a Greek town situated in the western sector of the central Caucasus; Anapa is therefor located on the territory of Asia.
- Anapa is a Russian seaport town, found on the northern coast of the Black Sea near the Sea of Azov.
- Anapa is a family and children-s resort.
- Anapa is a famous federal seaside resort of Russia on Black Sea.
- ARKHANGELSK: The largest city in the White Sea area, Arkhangelsk was only opened to tourists in 1990.
- Arkhangelsk is a bright city where many festivals are hold.
- Arkhangelsk is a capital of the Russian North.
- Arkhangelsk is a large scientific and industrial centre of the North-west of Russia.
- Arkhangelsk is a northern region and harsh climate conditions influence all aspects of life, including business and economy.
- Astrakhan is a big centre of oil and gas industry.
- Astrakhan is a Russia -s southernoutpost on the way to the Volga River.
- Astrakhan is a big industrial and cultural center.
- Astrakhan is a city in Russia.
- Astrakhan is a crazy mix of third world conditions and upscale new stores and buildings.
- Barnaul is a Russian city located in the southwestern Siberia.
- Barnaul is a big scientific and educational Siberian center.
- Barnaul is a city in and the administrative center of Altai Krai, Russia.
- Barnaul is a major rail junction.
- Barnaul is known as a Siberian scientific center.
- Birobidzhan is the centre of the Jewish autonomous oblast of Khabarovsky Krai.
- Birobidzhan is the capital of the Jewish Autonomous Region.
- Birobidzhan is a sleepy town with a fascinating past.
- Birobidzhan was based in 1931 on a place of Tikhoretskaya railway station.
- Birobidzhan was established the same way.
- Bryansk is a city in Russia, located 379 km southwest from Moscow.
- Bryansk is a distinctive territory filled with objects from its past.
- Bryansk is a large industrial and cultural center, one of the most beautiful cities in Russia with the population of almost half a million.
- Bryansk is a rail transportation hub, and it forms an important industrial district with nearby Bezhitsa, with which it was incorporated in 1956.
- Bryansk is a town with great ancient and modern history.
- Cheboksary - the capital of the Chuvash republic.
- Cheboksary is a "Chuvash city ", so literally it can be translated from ancient Chuvash "Shupashkar".
- Cheboksary is a big city situated on the picturesque bank of the Volga river in the European part of Russia.
- Cheboksary is a big modern city situated on the picturesque bank of the Volga river in the European part of Russia.
- Cheboksary is a big modern town situated on the picturesque bank of the Volga river in the European part of Russia.
- Chelyabinsk is a Russian city just to the east of the Ural Mountains, on Miass River.
- Chelyabinsk is a Russian city just to the east of the Ural Mountains.
- Chelyabinsk is a big industrial center.
- Chelyabinsk is a city of monuments.
- Chelyabinsk is a large industrial city with the population over a million.
- Irkutsk - one of the largest scientific and educational centers of Siberia.
- Irkutsk is a Siberian city in which old log houses with wooden laces neighbor modern multi-storey buildings.
- Irkutsk is a city of over 600,000 inhabitants located on the Angara River.
- Irkutsk is a good starting point for various outdoor activities and for exploring the western side of the lake Baikal.
- Irkutsk is a large Siberian city near Baikal.
- Kaliningrad is a Russian enclave on the Baltics located between Lithuania and Poland.
- Kaliningrad is a Russian exclave.
- Kaliningrad is a central question in the enlargement of the European Union.
- Kaliningrad is a city in Russia , an administrative center of Kaliningrad Oblast.
- Kaliningrad is a city located on the coastline of the Baltic Sea.
- Kaluga is a city in central Russia on the Oka River km For the fish named Kaluga see Kaluga.
- Kaluga is a city in central Russia located at the Oka River on the southwest of Moscow.
- Kaluga is a city in central Russia, administrative center of Kaluga Region.
- Kaluga is a city in the central part of the european Russia.
- Kaluga is a meteor crater in Russia.
- Kazan is the capital of Tatarstan and is on of the main industrial and cultural centers of region belonging to the Volga river.
- Kazan is a city with a colourful, violent, complicated, rich history.
- Kazan is a candidate city for 2011 Summer Universiade along with Poznan, Murcia, Kaohsiung and Shenzhen.
- Kazan is a major industrial, commercial, and cultural center.
- Kazan is the capital of Tatarstan.
- Kholmsk is a small city, founded in 1870 as a military post.
- Kholmsk is a city in Sakhalin, Russia, administrative center of the Sakhalin Oblast.
- Kholmsk is a port city on the southwest edge of Sakhalin.
- Kholmsk is a small city, founded in 1870 as a military outpost.
- Kholmsk is a terminal for SASCO ferry line Otaru- Kholmsk -Vanino as well.
- Kislovodsk is a city in Stavropol kray (region), southwestern Russia.
- Kislovodsk is a small town in the North Caucasus region of Russia located between Black and Caspian seas.
- Kislovodsk is a spa city.
- Kislovodsk is a spa town.
- Kislovodsk is a splendid place for vocation with its mountainous air (its height above sea level is 800 - 1200m), beautiful scenery and the richest park.
- KOSTROMA was established in 1152 as an outpost of Russia's north-eastern boundary.
- KOSTROMA: A surprisingly calm and inviting town, located on Volga river, 120 kilometers north of Ivanovo.
- Kostroma - the town was firstly mentioned in the Chronicles in 1237.
- Kostroma is a city and administrative centre of Kostroma oblast (province), western Russia.
- Kostroma is a city in central European Russia at the confluence of the Volga and Kostroma rivers.
- Krasnodar is a city in Southern Russia on the Kuban River.
- Krasnodar is a two-hour flight South from Moscow located on the 45 th parallel.
- Krasnodar is the administrative center of Krasnodarski Krai, the most populous southern region of Russia.
- Krasnodar is the capital.
- Krasnodar was founded by the Cossacs in 1793 to protect Southern borders of Russia.
- KRASNOYARSK is one of the earliest settlements of Siberia.
- Krasnoyarsk is a bright and interesting city as well, and if you head south from there, the landscape becomes really weird and cool.
- Krasnoyarsk is a city of about 1 million people and boasts one of the best opera and ballet companies in Russia.
- Krasnoyarsk is a large scientific and cultural center of Eastern Siberia, besides it is the largest Siberian port on the Yenisei River.
- Krasnoyarsk is a major industrial complex and one of the largest producers of aluminum in Russia.
- Kungur is a city southwest of Perm, known for it's large caves.
- Kungur is a beautiful town and the people there are really nice.
- Kungur is a showcave, but there are hundreds of "wild" caves in the Urals, some almost as scenic.
- Kungur is a town at the south-east of the Perm Oblast in Russia, and is the center of the Kungursky district.
- Kungur is a trade, industrial and transport center.
- Lipetsk is a town in the south west of Russia.
- Lipetsk is a regional center, one of 16 in the Central Federal District of Russia.
- Lipetsk is a prosperous region, with a population of 1.24 million, of which around 42% live in the city of Lipetsk.
- Lipetsk is a very beautiful and green city.
- Lipetsk is one of the oldest mud bath and balneological resorts in Russia (first opened in 1805).
- Magadan is a city in and the administrative center of Magadan Oblast, Russia founded in 1933.
- Magadan is a city in and the administrative center of Magadan Oblast, Russia.
- Magadan is a city of about 200,000 located on the northern shore of the Okhotsk Sea, an area rich in mineral and natural resources.
- Magadan is a city on the coast of far eastern Russia .
- Magadan is a gateway and support base for the vast gold mining region of the Kolyma mountain range to the north.
- Maykop is a well- build town with now modern houses and wide green streets.
- Maykop is the capital.
- Maykop was founded in 1857 as a Russian fortress.
- Maykop was founded in 1857.
- Maykop was occupied by the Nazis from October 1942 to January 1943, when it was liberated by the Transcaucasian Front of the Red Army.
- Mozdok is a town in the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania in southern Russia.
- Mozdok is an administrative center of Mozdoksky District.
- Mozdok is the administrative center of Mozdoksky District.
- Mozdok is the headquarters for Russian forces fighting in Chechnya and has been targeted by attackers before.
- Mozdok was founded in 1759; the town status was granted in 1785.
- Murom is a FontCity font family with 4 styles priced from $30.00 .
- Murom is a home town of the Russian epic hero Ilya Muromets.
- Murom is one of the oldest cities in Russia.
- Murom is a primordial town in the Vladimir region.
- Murom is a small town, lost somewhere in the heartland of Russia.
- Nalchik is a balneological and mountain climatotherapy resort, with several sanatoriums.
- Nalchik is a balneological and mountain climatotherapy resort.
- Nalchik is a city in the Caucasus region of southern Russia and capital of the Kabardino-Balkar Republic.
- Nalchik is a large cultural, scientific and industrial centre, All-Russian resort with the population of 257, 3 th.
- Nalchik is a small Russian city and capital of the Kabardino-Balkar province in the northern Caucuses.
- Nizhny Novgorod is a beautiful city with a lot of museums, sight-seeing, ancient fortress - Kremlin.
- Nizhny Novgorod is a city of merchants and craftsmen; it used to be so rich that it gained the nickname -Russia's pocket-.
- Nizhny Novgorod is a peaceful and harmonious city with a multicultural community which makes it an ideal environment for students.
- Nizhny Novgorod is a pleasant city with a bustling Kremlin, museums, churches and cathedrals, and lively scenes of the Volga river embankments.
- Nizhny Novgorod is a strikingly picturesque old center of the Volga region.
- Novosibirsk is a Siberian leader in retail and wholesale trade.
- Novosibirsk is a city in Russia.
- Novosibirsk is a city of nearly two million people and the third largest city in Russia.
- Novosibirsk is a cultural center of Siberia.
- Novosibirsk is a famous Russian city of almost 3 million people, many of whom are drawn to Lake Baikal - the largest lake in the world.
- Obninsk is a town of 110,000 located 60 miles southwest of Moscow on the Protva river.
- Obninsk is a city in Kaluga Oblast of Russia, 100 km south-west of Moscow.
- Obninsk is a wonderful community and I hope that you have a pleasant time experiencing the culture, communities and business that Obninsk has to offer.
- Obninsk is an enclave surrounded by beautiful forests and is one of the greenest cities in Russia.
- Obninsk was a ''closed city" under the Soviet Union that opened up in the late 1980s, and Sutyagin thought he was free to work for foreigners.
- Omsk is a centre of Omsk and Tara diocese.
- Omsk is a city in southwest Siberia in Russia, the administrative center of Omsk Oblast.
- Omsk is a city in southwest Siberia in Russia.
- Omsk is a city in the southwest of Siberia and situated on the banks of the north-flowing Irtysh, at its confluence with the Om River.
- Omsk is a city in west Siberia at the confluence of the Irtysh and Om rivers.
- Orenburg is a city located in the southern-most part of the Ural Mountains in Russia, just above Kazakhstan.
- Orenburg is a city on the Ural River and the administrative center of Orenburg Oblast in the Volga Federal District of Russia.
- Orenburg is a major industrial center of Russia, with 90 enterprises, including those of gas industry.
- Orenburg is a much larger town.
- Orenburg was founded in 1743.
- Orsk is a city in Russia, in the southern Urals, at The city straddles the Ural River.
- Orsk is the most important industrial center of Orenburg Oblast.
- Orsk is the most important industrial center of the Orenburg Oblast.
- Orsk is the second largest administrative entity in the Orenburg Oblast (273,000 people).
- Orsk is the second largest city in Orenburg Oblast (250,963 people as of 2002 population census).
- Oryol is a fine old city which combines beautiful old architecture with modern buildings.
- Oryol is a major grain growing area in central Russia.
- Oryol is a nickname meaning "eagle".
- Oryol was rebuilt in 1636.
- Ostashkov is a major tourist centre.
- Ostashkov is a pretty old town located on a peninsula on Lake Seliger.
- Ostashkov is a small town, perfectly planned on a beautiful peninsula, in which many constructions of rather interesting architecture are saved.
- Ostashkov is a town in Tver Region, 199 km west of Tver.
- Ostashkov is the center of the Seliger region, a small provincial town.
- Perm is the largest city in the Prikamye area, the centre of the Perm Region.
- Perm is known as Russia's leading city for opera, ballet and drama after St. Petersburg.
- Perm is one of the big industrial, scientific and cultural centres of our country.
- Perm is the largest in Kama area river port.
- Perm is the most Eastern city of Europe, and therefore its province is often referred to as Eurasia.
- Saratov is a city of "firsts".
- Saratov is a city where you can do business and enjoy life.
- Saratov is a large industrial center with well-developed power, fuel, petrochemical, engineering, metalworking, woodworking, and light industries.
- Saratov is a large river port and a road junction, situated on the right bank of the Volga river.
- Saratov is an important railway junction, connecting the center of Russia with the Urals, Siberia and Asia.
- Smolensk is a port on the Dnieper River.
- Smolensk is the head of navigation on the Dnieper.
- Smolensk was an important dukedom, because it contained the sources of the Volga, the Dnieper, and the Dwina, and embraced the ancient forest of Okof.
- Smolensk was sacked by the Mongols in 1238-40.
- Smolensk was taken by surprise, and pillaged.
- Stavropol is the gate of Caucasus.
- Stavropol is one of the centres of education, science and culture.
- Stavropol is the city of students.
- Stavropol is the world centre of acrobatics and track and field athletics.
- Stavropol was founded in October 22, 1777 as a fortress, and in 1785 it already became a city.
- SUZDAL is an ancient peaceful Russian town, with many old churches, monasteries, and spectacular views of hilly, green countryside.
- SUZDAL is a museum city anda veritable treasury of Russian national architecture.
- SUZDAL: A calm ancient Russian town 38 kilometers north of Vladimir with around 13 thousand inhabitants.
- Suzdal is a have-to-be-seen place when traveling to Russia.
- Suzdal is a small pretty provincial Russian town.
- Tomsk was founded in 1604 according to tsar Boris Godunov 's order.
- Tomsk is a small railway center that is situated on the Taiga --- Bely Yar line ( Tomsk branch) that connects Tomsk to the Trans-Siberian railway.
- Tomsk is the largest educational centre after Moscow and Sankt-Petersburg.
- Tomsk was chosen to be an administrative centre of a new governorate.
- Tomsk was socked in with fog, and our pilot on Sibir Airlines was taking no chances.
- Tyumen is the first Russian city in Siberia.
- Tyumen is a support center for the surrounding oil industry.
- Tyumen is also a stop on the Trans-Siberian Railway.
- Tyumen was a sigfnificant centre of manufacturing industry in West Siberia (the leading branch is leather).
- Tyumen was the large trade-financial centre of West Siberia, here every year one of the largest in Siberia summer fair passed.
- Uglich is a charming old town on the bank of the Volga.
- Uglich is a much smaller town mostly interesting by historical monuments, you will have a guided tour.
- Uglich is a town in the Yaroslavl province, a river port and a railway station.
- Uglich is an ancient and quiet town of the Golden ring, that preserved great pieces of architecture and was by no means spoilt by modern constructions.
- VLADIMIR was founded in 1108 on the banks of the River Klyazma.
- VLADIMIR: The first town of the Golden Ring, 179 kilometers to the east of Moscow with 378 thousand people living there.
- Vladimir is a large centre of international tourism with developed infrastructure.
- Vladimir is a town with more than 1000 years history.
- Vladimir is a very convenient region from which to adopt because it is a major city with a high volume of adoptions.
- VLADIVOSTOK: A military and naval port, Vladivostok was opened to foreign visitors in 1990.
- It recived the name "Vladivostok".
- Vladivostok is a beautiful city if you are a walker and like architecture.
- Vladivostok is a college city.
- Vladivostok is a lively, eye-catching city, with a wealth of attractions.
- Volgograd is a big city in lower course of Volga river, to the far South from Moscow.
- Volgograd is a major railway junction with links to Moscow, the Donbas region of Ukraine, the Caucasus, and Siberia.
- Volgograd is also known as the home to thousands of sports fans.
- Volgograd is known as the home to thousands of sports fans.
- Volgograd is the large river port.
* Bolshoy Kamen
* Cities On The Volga
* Golden Ring of Russia
* Gus Khrustalny
* History of Vladivostok
* Mineralnye Vody
* Naberezhnye Chelny
* Nizhny Tagil
* Saint Petersburg
* Sovetskaya Gavan
* Staraya Russa
* Ulan Ude
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