Shartashskaya Stone Tent; The Greatest Tent in Yekaterinburg that Cannot Be Inhabited 

Russia is the biggest nation on the planet, positioning first in territory and ninth biggest is population. It covers a million square kilometres and is situated in twelve time zones. Since the hour of the Moscow principality happens, the promotion of new terrains — essentially in the north, east, and south — and their Russian […]

Catherine the Great; A Historic Site in Tver 

On the Volga, 150 kilometres northwest of Moscow, Tver goes back to the twelfth century. After a fire levelled the vast majority of the town in 1763, the engineer Pyotr Nikitin replanned Tver’s centre on a three-ray framework and assembled his patron, Catherine the Great, a historic site in Tver a.k.a. a ‘street royal residence’ to lay in on ventures between the then-Russian capital […]

Yaroslavl; The Russian Original Architecture Indeed

When you are visiting any new places, one of the things that are very interesting to observe is the buildings. Usually, every city has its unique character displayed by its buildings. For example, when you go to any cities in Greece, you will see temples, theatres, and stadiums that are distinctive from any other places […]

Let’s Learn Russia by Visiting These Historical Places in Sevastopol 

Everywhere throughout the world, any place you look, you will always have the option to discover relics of the past in the recorded locales abandoned by previous civilisations. These, for the most part, UNESCO-certify destinations and vestiges guarantee to ship you and your travel partner back to some other time altogether. So, you can visit […]

6 Best Things You Must Do in Peterhof Palace, Russia

Visiting a place, also means doing things in that place. Even if it’s a leisure time, no one would want to pay for travel cost just to do nothing there. People would usually find for attractions beforehand, listing places they want to visit and what are they going to do there. This is somehow the […]