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3 Russia Cities You Have to Visit in Your Lifetime

3 Russia Cities You Have to Visit in Your Lifetime

Russia, the largest country in the world and home to the deepest lake and tallest mountain, is full of natural beauty as well as cultural significance. If you’re interested in seeing more of this massive country, you can visit its beautiful cities to get your taste of Russian history, culture, and customs. Here are three places to start planning your trip to Russia!

1) The most beautiful Moscow places


Red Square is the heart of Moscow and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world. It is a national landmark and site of Lenin’s mausoleum, as well as having been used for rallies and demonstrations by Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin. St Basil’s Cathedral: The oldest cathedral in Moscow and one of its tallest buildings, it was built by Ivan IV to commemorate the capture of Kazan during the Russo-Kazan Wars. St Basil’s domes are covered with gold and the walls are covered with rich mosaics, which were commissioned by Ivan to teach people about the Bible. There are over ten thousand mosaic tiles on this building!

2) What to see and do in St. Petersburg

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In the winter, take a stroll along the Neva River and get a taste of one of the most picturesque cities. If you visit during the summer months, plan on stopping by the Saint Petersburg Hermitage Museum or climbing up to the top of Peter & Paul Fortress.
If you love classical music and enjoy gorgeous scenery then head up north where you’ll find Novgorod, an ancient city situated on banks of river Volkhov. Book yourself a hotel room at the Intourist Hotel with views of Cathedral Square. For those looking for something more off-the-beaten path, don’t miss Vologda which is located in central Russia and has an old quarter filled with well-preserved 18th century buildings.

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3) The Kremlin treasures in Novosibirsk

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Take a tour of the world’s largest Lenin museum, which houses 50,000 objects and more than 5,000 volumes of books. Founded on Stalin’s initiative to celebrate the Bolshevik Revolution, it was closed for four decades following Khrushchev’s denunciation of Stalinism. Tourists can explore Moscow’s rich history by visiting Moscow Kremlin Museums where they will find treasures like frescoes from around Europe dating back as far as the 15th century. The city is also home to Moscow’s famous Red Square with its Kremlin walls and colorful St Basil’s Cathedral. Krasnoyarsk offers an amazing array of sights from geological sites such as volcanoes, hot springs, lakes and waterfalls.

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