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Khabarovsk

  1. Khabarovsk is a city in East Siberia, Russia, near the Chinese border.
  2. Khabarovsk is a large port famous for its «river-sea» operations.
  3. Khabarovsk is a beautiful city with its broad tree lined boulevards and renovated buildings. (Web site)
  4. Khabarovsk is a major industrial centre in Russia's Far East.
  5. Khabarovsk is a major stop on the line. (Web site)

Moscow

  1. Moscow is the main city of the Golden Ring.
  2. Moscow is also the heart of Russian performing arts, including ballet and film.
  3. Moscow - the cultural capital of the world Take a tour of the historic Moscow Metro. (Web site)

Tver

  1. Tver was formerly the capital of a powerful medieval state and the model provincial town of Imperial Russia.
  2. Tver is a leading producer of cotton, linen, and silk fabrics.
  3. Tver is one of the oldest Russian cities, founded in the 12th century. (Web site)
  4. Tver was at one time the capital of an unruly mini-state that was Moscow's chief rival in the 14th and 15th centuries.
  5. Tver was burned twice (1276 and 1282), but nothing could interfere with its growth and development.

Anapa

  1. Anapa is a Russia n seaport town, found on the northern coast of the Black Sea near the Sea of Azov. (Web site)
  2. Anapa is a Greek town situated in the western sector of the central Caucasus; Anapa is therefor located on the territory of Asia. (Web site)
  3. Anapa is a Russian seaport town, found on the northern coast of the Black Sea near the Sea of Azov.
  4. Anapa is a family and children-s resort.
  5. Anapa is a famous federal seaside resort of Russia on Black Sea.

Arkhangelsk

  1. ARKHANGELSK: The largest city in the White Sea area, Arkhangelsk was only opened to tourists in 1990.
  2. Arkhangelsk is a bright city where many festivals are hold.
  3. Arkhangelsk is a capital of the Russian North.
  4. Arkhangelsk is a large scientific and industrial centre of the North-west of Russia.
  5. Arkhangelsk is a northern region and harsh climate conditions influence all aspects of life, including business and economy.

Astrakhan

  1. Astrakhan is a big centre of oil and gas industry.
  2. Astrakhan is a Russia -s southernoutpost on the way to the Volga River.
  3. Astrakhan is a big industrial and cultural center.
  4. Astrakhan is a city in Russia. (Web site)
  5. Astrakhan is a crazy mix of third world conditions and upscale new stores and buildings.

Barnaul

  1. Barnaul is a Russian city located in the southwestern Siberia.
  2. Barnaul is a big scientific and educational Siberian center. (Web site)
  3. Barnaul is a city in and the administrative center of Altai Krai, Russia. (Web site)
  4. Barnaul is a major rail junction.
  5. Barnaul is known as a Siberian scientific center. (Web site)

Birobidzhan

  1. Birobidzhan is the centre of the Jewish autonomous oblast of Khabarovsky Krai. (Web site)
  2. Birobidzhan is the capital of the Jewish Autonomous Region.
  3. Birobidzhan is a sleepy town with a fascinating past.
  4. Birobidzhan was based in 1931 on a place of Tikhoretskaya railway station. (Web site)
  5. Birobidzhan was established the same way.

Bryansk

  1. Bryansk is a city in Russia, located 379 km southwest from Moscow. (Web site)
  2. Bryansk is a distinctive territory filled with objects from its past.
  3. Bryansk is a large industrial and cultural center, one of the most beautiful cities in Russia with the population of almost half a million.
  4. Bryansk is a rail transportation hub, and it forms an important industrial district with nearby Bezhitsa, with which it was incorporated in 1956. (Web site)
  5. Bryansk is a town with great ancient and modern history.

Cheboksary

  1. Cheboksary - the capital of the Chuvash republic.
  2. Cheboksary is a "Chuvash city ", so literally it can be translated from ancient Chuvash "Shupashkar".
  3. Cheboksary is a big city situated on the picturesque bank of the Volga river in the European part of Russia.
  4. Cheboksary is a big modern city situated on the picturesque bank of the Volga river in the European part of Russia.
  5. Cheboksary is a big modern town situated on the picturesque bank of the Volga river in the European part of Russia.

Chelyabinsk

  1. Chelyabinsk is a Russian city just to the east of the Ural Mountains, on Miass River.
  2. Chelyabinsk is a Russian city just to the east of the Ural Mountains.
  3. Chelyabinsk is a big industrial center. (Web site)
  4. Chelyabinsk is a city of monuments.
  5. Chelyabinsk is a large industrial city with the population over a million.

Irkutsk

  1. Irkutsk - one of the largest scientific and educational centers of Siberia. (Web site)
  2. Irkutsk is a Siberian city in which old log houses with wooden laces neighbor modern multi-storey buildings. (Web site)
  3. Irkutsk is a city of over 600,000 inhabitants located on the Angara River.
  4. Irkutsk is a good starting point for various outdoor activities and for exploring the western side of the lake Baikal. (Web site)
  5. Irkutsk is a large Siberian city near Baikal. (Web site)

Kaliningrad

  1. Kaliningrad is a Russian enclave on the Baltics located between Lithuania and Poland. (Web site)
  2. Kaliningrad is a Russian exclave.
  3. Kaliningrad is a central question in the enlargement of the European Union.
  4. Kaliningrad is a city in Russia , an administrative center of Kaliningrad Oblast.
  5. Kaliningrad is a city located on the coastline of the Baltic Sea.

Kaluga

  1. Kaluga is a city in central Russia on the Oka River km For the fish named Kaluga see Kaluga.
  2. Kaluga is a city in central Russia located at the Oka River on the southwest of Moscow.
  3. Kaluga is a city in central Russia, administrative center of Kaluga Region.
  4. Kaluga is a city in the central part of the european Russia.
  5. Kaluga is a meteor crater in Russia. (Web site)

Kazan

  1. Kazan is the capital of Tatarstan and is on of the main industrial and cultural centers of region belonging to the Volga river. (Web site)
  2. Kazan is a city with a colourful, violent, complicated, rich history. (Web site)
  3. Kazan is a candidate city for 2011 Summer Universiade along with Poznan, Murcia, Kaohsiung and Shenzhen.
  4. Kazan is a major industrial, commercial, and cultural center. (Web site)
  5. Kazan is the capital of Tatarstan. (Web site)

Kholmsk

  1. Kholmsk is a small city, founded in 1870 as a military post.
  2. Kholmsk is a city in Sakhalin, Russia, administrative center of the Sakhalin Oblast.
  3. Kholmsk is a port city on the southwest edge of Sakhalin.
  4. Kholmsk is a small city, founded in 1870 as a military outpost.
  5. Kholmsk is a terminal for SASCO ferry line Otaru- Kholmsk -Vanino as well.

Kislovodsk

  1. Kislovodsk is a city in Stavropol kray (region), southwestern Russia. (Web site)
  2. Kislovodsk is a small town in the North Caucasus region of Russia located between Black and Caspian seas. (Web site)
  3. Kislovodsk is a spa city. (Web site)
  4. Kislovodsk is a spa town. (Web site)
  5. 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. (Web site)

Kostroma

  1. KOSTROMA was established in 1152 as an outpost of Russia's north-eastern boundary.
  2. KOSTROMA: A surprisingly calm and inviting town, located on Volga river, 120 kilometers north of Ivanovo. (Web site)
  3. Kostroma - the town was firstly mentioned in the Chronicles in 1237.
  4. Kostroma is a city and administrative centre of Kostroma oblast (province), western Russia. (Web site)
  5. Kostroma is a city in central European Russia at the confluence of the Volga and Kostroma rivers.

Krasnodar

  1. Krasnodar is a city in Southern Russia on the Kuban River.
  2. Krasnodar is a two-hour flight South from Moscow located on the 45 th parallel.
  3. Krasnodar is the administrative center of Krasnodarski Krai, the most populous southern region of Russia.
  4. Krasnodar is the capital.
  5. Krasnodar was founded by the Cossacs in 1793 to protect Southern borders of Russia.

Krasnoyarsk

  1. KRASNOYARSK is one of the earliest settlements of Siberia.
  2. Krasnoyarsk is a bright and interesting city as well, and if you head south from there, the landscape becomes really weird and cool. (Web site)
  3. Krasnoyarsk is a city of about 1 million people and boasts one of the best opera and ballet companies in Russia.
  4. Krasnoyarsk is a large scientific and cultural center of Eastern Siberia, besides it is the largest Siberian port on the Yenisei River.
  5. Krasnoyarsk is a major industrial complex and one of the largest producers of aluminum in Russia.

Kungur

  1. Kungur is a city southwest of Perm, known for it's large caves. (Web site)
  2. Kungur is a beautiful town and the people there are really nice.
  3. Kungur is a showcave, but there are hundreds of "wild" caves in the Urals, some almost as scenic. (Web site)
  4. Kungur is a town at the south-east of the Perm Oblast in Russia, and is the center of the Kungursky district.
  5. Kungur is a trade, industrial and transport center.

Lipetsk

  1. Lipetsk is a town in the south west of Russia. (Web site)
  2. Lipetsk is a regional center, one of 16 in the Central Federal District of Russia.
  3. Lipetsk is a prosperous region, with a population of 1.24 million, of which around 42% live in the city of Lipetsk.
  4. Lipetsk is a very beautiful and green city. (Web site)
  5. Lipetsk is one of the oldest mud bath and balneological resorts in Russia (first opened in 1805). (Web site)

Magadan

  1. Magadan is a city in and the administrative center of Magadan Oblast, Russia founded in 1933. (Web site)
  2. Magadan is a city in and the administrative center of Magadan Oblast, Russia.
  3. 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.
  4. Magadan is a city on the coast of far eastern Russia .
  5. Magadan is a gateway and support base for the vast gold mining region of the Kolyma mountain range to the north.

Maykop

  1. Maykop is a well- build town with now modern houses and wide green streets. (Web site)
  2. Maykop is the capital. (Web site)
  3. Maykop was founded in 1857 as a Russian fortress. (Web site)
  4. Maykop was founded in 1857. (Web site)
  5. Maykop was occupied by the Nazis from October 1942 to January 1943, when it was liberated by the Transcaucasian Front of the Red Army. (Web site)

Mozdok

  1. Mozdok is a town in the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania in southern Russia. (Web site)
  2. Mozdok is an administrative center of Mozdoksky District. (Web site)
  3. Mozdok is the administrative center of Mozdoksky District.
  4. Mozdok is the headquarters for Russian forces fighting in Chechnya and has been targeted by attackers before. (Web site)
  5. Mozdok was founded in 1759; the town status was granted in 1785.

Murom

  1. Murom is a FontCity font family with 4 styles priced from $30.00 .
  2. Murom is a home town of the Russian epic hero Ilya Muromets.
  3. Murom is one of the oldest cities in Russia.
  4. Murom is a primordial town in the Vladimir region.
  5. Murom is a small town, lost somewhere in the heartland of Russia.

Nalchik

  1. Nalchik is a balneological and mountain climatotherapy resort, with several sanatoriums. (Web site)
  2. Nalchik is a balneological and mountain climatotherapy resort.
  3. Nalchik is a city in the Caucasus region of southern Russia and capital of the Kabardino-Balkar Republic. (Web site)
  4. Nalchik is a large cultural, scientific and industrial centre, All-Russian resort with the population of 257, 3 th.
  5. Nalchik is a small Russian city and capital of the Kabardino-Balkar province in the northern Caucuses. (Web site)

Nizhny Novgorod

  1. Nizhny Novgorod is a beautiful city with a lot of museums, sight-seeing, ancient fortress - Kremlin.
  2. Nizhny Novgorod is a city of merchants and craftsmen; it used to be so rich that it gained the nickname -Russia's pocket-. (Web site)
  3. Nizhny Novgorod is a peaceful and harmonious city with a multicultural community which makes it an ideal environment for students.
  4. Nizhny Novgorod is a pleasant city with a bustling Kremlin, museums, churches and cathedrals, and lively scenes of the Volga river embankments. (Web site)
  5. Nizhny Novgorod is a strikingly picturesque old center of the Volga region.

Novosibirsk

  1. Novosibirsk is a Siberian leader in retail and wholesale trade. (Web site)
  2. Novosibirsk is a city in Russia.
  3. Novosibirsk is a city of nearly two million people and the third largest city in Russia.
  4. Novosibirsk is a cultural center of Siberia. (Web site)
  5. 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. (Web site)

Obninsk

  1. Obninsk is a town of 110,000 located 60 miles southwest of Moscow on the Protva river.
  2. Obninsk is a city in Kaluga Oblast of Russia, 100 km south-west of Moscow.
  3. 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.
  4. Obninsk is an enclave surrounded by beautiful forests and is one of the greenest cities in Russia.
  5. 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

  1. Omsk is a centre of Omsk and Tara diocese.
  2. Omsk is a city in southwest Siberia in Russia, the administrative center of Omsk Oblast.
  3. Omsk is a city in southwest Siberia in Russia.
  4. 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.
  5. Omsk is a city in west Siberia at the confluence of the Irtysh and Om rivers.

Orenburg

  1. Orenburg is a city located in the southern-most part of the Ural Mountains in Russia, just above Kazakhstan.
  2. Orenburg is a city on the Ural River and the administrative center of Orenburg Oblast in the Volga Federal District of Russia.
  3. Orenburg is a major industrial center of Russia, with 90 enterprises, including those of gas industry. (Web site)
  4. Orenburg is a much larger town.
  5. Orenburg was founded in 1743. (Web site)

Orsk

  1. Orsk is a city in Russia, in the southern Urals, at The city straddles the Ural River.
  2. Orsk is the most important industrial center of Orenburg Oblast. (Web site)
  3. Orsk is the most important industrial center of the Orenburg Oblast.
  4. Orsk is the second largest administrative entity in the Orenburg Oblast (273,000 people).
  5. Orsk is the second largest city in Orenburg Oblast (250,963 people as of 2002 population census). (Web site)

Oryol

  1. Oryol is a fine old city which combines beautiful old architecture with modern buildings.
  2. Oryol is a major grain growing area in central Russia.
  3. Oryol is a nickname meaning "eagle".
  4. Oryol was rebuilt in 1636. (Web site)

Ostashkov

  1. Ostashkov is a major tourist centre.
  2. Ostashkov is a pretty old town located on a peninsula on Lake Seliger.
  3. Ostashkov is a small town, perfectly planned on a beautiful peninsula, in which many constructions of rather interesting architecture are saved. (Web site)
  4. Ostashkov is a town in Tver Region, 199 km west of Tver.
  5. Ostashkov is the center of the Seliger region, a small provincial town. (Web site)

Perm

  1. Perm is the largest city in the Prikamye area, the centre of the Perm Region. (Web site)
  2. Perm is known as Russia's leading city for opera, ballet and drama after St. Petersburg.
  3. Perm is one of the big industrial, scientific and cultural centres of our country. (Web site)
  4. Perm is the largest in Kama area river port. (Web site)
  5. Perm is the most Eastern city of Europe, and therefore its province is often referred to as Eurasia. (Web site)

Saratov

  1. Saratov is a city of "firsts".
  2. Saratov is a city where you can do business and enjoy life.
  3. Saratov is a large industrial center with well-developed power, fuel, petrochemical, engineering, metalworking, woodworking, and light industries.
  4. Saratov is a large river port and a road junction, situated on the right bank of the Volga river. (Web site)
  5. Saratov is an important railway junction, connecting the center of Russia with the Urals, Siberia and Asia.

Smolensk

  1. Smolensk is a port on the Dnieper River. (Web site)
  2. Smolensk is the head of navigation on the Dnieper. (Web site)
  3. 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.
  4. Smolensk was sacked by the Mongols in 1238-40. (Web site)
  5. Smolensk was taken by surprise, and pillaged.

Stavropol

  1. Stavropol is the gate of Caucasus. (Web site)
  2. Stavropol is one of the centres of education, science and culture. (Web site)
  3. Stavropol is the city of students. (Web site)
  4. Stavropol is the world centre of acrobatics and track and field athletics. (Web site)
  5. Stavropol was founded in October 22, 1777 as a fortress, and in 1785 it already became a city. (Web site)

Suzdal

  1. SUZDAL is an ancient peaceful Russian town, with many old churches, monasteries, and spectacular views of hilly, green countryside.
  2. SUZDAL is a museum city anda veritable treasury of Russian national architecture.
  3. SUZDAL: A calm ancient Russian town 38 kilometers north of Vladimir with around 13 thousand inhabitants. (Web site)
  4. Suzdal is a have-to-be-seen place when traveling to Russia. (Web site)
  5. Suzdal is a small pretty provincial Russian town. (Web site)

Tomsk

  1. Tomsk was founded in 1604 according to tsar Boris Godunov 's order.
  2. 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.
  3. Tomsk is the largest educational centre after Moscow and Sankt-Petersburg. (Web site)
  4. Tomsk was chosen to be an administrative centre of a new governorate.
  5. Tomsk was socked in with fog, and our pilot on Sibir Airlines was taking no chances.

Tyumen

  1. Tyumen is the first Russian city in Siberia. (Web site)
  2. Tyumen is a support center for the surrounding oil industry.
  3. Tyumen is also a stop on the Trans-Siberian Railway. (Web site)
  4. Tyumen was a sigfnificant centre of manufacturing industry in West Siberia (the leading branch is leather). (Web site)
  5. Tyumen was the large trade-financial centre of West Siberia, here every year one of the largest in Siberia summer fair passed. (Web site)

Uglich

  1. Uglich is a charming old town on the bank of the Volga. (Web site)
  2. Uglich is a much smaller town mostly interesting by historical monuments, you will have a guided tour. (Web site)
  3. Uglich is a town in the Yaroslavl province, a river port and a railway station. (Web site)
  4. 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

  1. VLADIMIR was founded in 1108 on the banks of the River Klyazma.
  2. VLADIMIR: The first town of the Golden Ring, 179 kilometers to the east of Moscow with 378 thousand people living there. (Web site)
  3. Vladimir is a large centre of international tourism with developed infrastructure.
  4. Vladimir is a town with more than 1000 years history. (Web site)
  5. Vladimir is a very convenient region from which to adopt because it is a major city with a high volume of adoptions. (Web site)

Vladivostok

  1. VLADIVOSTOK: A military and naval port, Vladivostok was opened to foreign visitors in 1990.
  2. It recived the name "Vladivostok". (Web site)
  3. Vladivostok is a beautiful city if you are a walker and like architecture. (Web site)
  4. Vladivostok is a college city. (Web site)
  5. Vladivostok is a lively, eye-catching city, with a wealth of attractions.

Volgograd

  1. Volgograd is a big city in lower course of Volga river, to the far South from Moscow.
  2. Volgograd is a major railway junction with links to Moscow, the Donbas region of Ukraine, the Caucasus, and Siberia.
  3. Volgograd is also known as the home to thousands of sports fans.
  4. Volgograd is known as the home to thousands of sports fans. (Web site)
  5. Volgograd is the large river port. (Web site)

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