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Sep/17

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Vladivostok – the view from above

Vladivostok is a city with a population of about 600 thousand people and a major seaport located in the Far East of Russia. It is the administrative center of Primorsky Krai and the last station of the Trans-Siberian Railway.

The city is located on the Muravyov-Amursky Peninsula and the islands in the Peter the Great Bay of the Sea of Japan. The military post of the Russian Empire called “Vladivostok”, which means “holding the east”, was founded in 1860. In 1880, it received the status of a town. Photos by: Slava Stepanov.

Vladivostok, Russia - the view from above, photo 1

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St. Andrew’s Church is the only Anglican church in Moscow located on Voznesenskiy Pereulok (Lane), house #8/5, building #2. Divine services are held only in English.

The parish of the church is international – people of different nationalities and branches of Christianity from more than 40 countries. Church of St. Andrew on Google Maps. Photos by: Vladimir d’Ar.

St. Andrew's Anglican Church in Moscow, Russia, photo 1

the spirit of old England in Moscow

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Aug/17

29

Cruise on the Volga River – Myshkin

Myshkin is a small town with a population of about 5,700 people located on the left, high bank of the Volga River (Rybinsk Reservoir) in the Myshkinsky district of the Yaroslavl region.

Since the mid-1990s, Myshkin has become a major tourist center, one of the stops during cruises along the Volga. The town has a complex of museums, including the Mouse Museum – the symbol of Myshkin. Photos by: Vladimir Dar.

Cruise on the Volga River - Myshkin, Russia, photo 1

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On Russian banknotes you can see images of various attractions located in all corners of the country. In the following set of photos, you can see both banknotes and the places that are depicted on them. Photos by: Alexey Sergeevich.

10 rubles – Krasnoyarsk. Kommunalny Bridge across the Yenisei River included in the UNESCO book “The Best Bridges of the World”.

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the banknotes of Russia

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Aug/17

21

Walking through the streets of Maykop

Maykop is a city in Russia with a population of about 143 thousand people, the capital of the Republic of Adygeya.

The city was founded in 1857, the name in translation from the Adyghe language means “the valley of apples”. Photos by: Vladimir Mulder.

The central park of Maykop with a mosque and the memorial complex “Unity and Harmony”.

Walking through the streets of Maykop, Russia, photo 1

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The Ryazan Kremlin is the oldest part of the city of Ryazan, a historical and architectural open-air museum and one of the oldest museums in Russia. It is an architectural dominant of the central historical part of the city.

This monument of architecture of federal significance is included in the list of especially valuable objects of the peoples of the Russian Federation. Photos by: Sergey Rubtsov.

Ryazan Kremlin - one of the oldest museums in Russia, photo 1

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Svetlogorsk (until 1947 – Rauschen) is a small resort town with a population of about 13,000 people located on the coast of the Baltic Sea, 40 kilometers north-west of Kaliningrad, in the Kaliningrad region.

This is an excellent place to relax – quiet, close to other European countries, with the sea and wonderful architecture. The sea waters, as well as the waters of the local lake, mud baths and air help to improve your health. Photos by: Vasiliy Nikitinskiy.

Svetlogorsk resort town, Kaliningrad region, Russia, photo 1

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Aug/17

1

Khabarovsk – the view from above

Khabarovsk is a city with a population of about 607 thousand people, the administrative center of the Far Eastern Federal District and the Khabarovsk region. It is one of the largest political, educational and cultural centers of the Russian Far East.

The city is located at the intersection of international rail and air transport routes near the border with China. Khabarovsk, named after Yerofey Khabarov (the Russian explorer of the 17th century), was founded in 1858. Photos by: Slava Stepanov.

Khabarovsk, Russia - the view from above, photo 1

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Jul/17

26

Walking the Streets of Elista

Elista (in the Kalmyk language “elst” means “sandy”) is a city located in the south of the European part of Russia, the capital and the largest city of the Republic of Kalmykia.

Elista is known as one of the Buddhist centers of Russia. The temple “The Golden Monastery of the Buddha Shakyamuni” is the main attraction of the city and the largest Buddhist temple in Kalmykia. Photos by: Alexandr Lipilin.

Walking the streets of Elista, Russia, photo 1

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Jul/17

2

Rostov-on-Don – the view from above

Rostov-on-Don, with a population of more than 1.1 million people, is the largest city in the south of Russia. It is unofficially called “the Gates to the Caucasus”, the southern capital of Russia, “Rostov-Papa”, or simply Rostov.

This city, founded in 1749, is located in the southeast of the East European Plain, on the banks of the Don River, 46 km from its confluence in the Azov Sea, 1,074 km south of Moscow. Rostov-on-Don will host several matches of FIFA World Cup 2018. Photos by: Slava Stepanov.

Rostov-on-Don, Russia - the view from above, photo 1

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