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Vladimir

Vladimir  is the capital and the largest city of Vladimir Oblast. The city is one of the most visited destinations within the popular Golden Ring circuit, as it preserves several of the finest monuments of white-stone medieval architecture in Russia, along with a number of later buildings from the 16th–20th centuries.

Vladimir, Russia

Suzdal

 Suzdal is a city located 180 kilometers (120 mi) southeast of Moscow. The historic part of the city, a World Heritage Site. It is one of the Golden Ring cities, a group of historic cities northeast of Moscow that has played an important role in Russian history.

Suzdal, Russia

Kostroma

Kostroma  is a historic city and the administrative center of Kostroma Oblast, Russia. A part of the Golden Ring of Russian towns, it is located at the confluence of the Volga and Kostroma Rivers.

Kostroma, Russia

Yaroslavl

Yaroslavl a city located 250 kilometers (160 miles) northeast of Moscow. The historic part of the city, a World Heritage Site, is located at the confluence of the Volga and the Kotorosl Rivers. It is one of the Golden Ring cities, a group of historic cities northeast of Moscow that has played an important role in Russian history.

Yaroslavl, Russia

Sergiev Posad

The city of Sergiev Posad is the town in Moscow region. It is one of the cities of Golden Ring and it listed in the list of World Cultural Heritage in 1993.

Sergiev Posad, Russia

Pavlovsk

Pavlovsk is a museum-preserve that includes palace and park ensemble of the late XVIII - early XIX centuries, and is is located in Pavlovsk, a modern suburb of St. Petersburg. The main signs of the palace and park complex – is the Pavlovsk Palace, the summer residence of the emperor Paul I.

Saint Petersburg, Russia

Peterhof (petrodvoretz)

Peterhof (Petrodvoretz) is the summer residence of the czars, called the "Russian Versailles"). Peterhof is a jewel of Russian art, a city of parks, palaces and fountains. It is located 29 km to the west of St. Petersburg. Peterhof was founded in 1710 and received the status of the city in 1762. 

Saint Petersburg, Russia

Tsarskoye Selo (pushkin)

Tsarskoye Selo – is the museum-preserve in Pushkin that includes a palace and a park ensemble of the XVIII-XIX centuries. It is the former royal residence, converted into a museum after the nationalization in March of 1918.  The museum received its current status of the museum-preserve in 1992. Pushkin town is 25 km from St Petersburg and famous for its Catherine Palace and the magnificent interior: the famous "Amber Room" (a work of art of inestimable value and beauty)

Saint Petersburg, Russia

The Cathedral Of Our Lady Of Kazan

The Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan is one of the largest churches of St. Petersburg, made in the style of the Russian classicism. The Cathedral was built on the Nevsky Prospect in 1801-1811 by the architect A. Voronikhin. It is one of the most famous historical monuments of the city! 

Saint Petersburg, Russia

The Fortress Of St Peter And St Paul

This is the first building of the ancient city of St. Petersburg and there are tombs of the Romanov dynasty in the Cathedral. The Fortress is the part of the Museum of the History of St. Petersburg. The main building of a complex is the Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul - one of the symbols of St. Petersburg, the tomb of the Royal family of Romanovs. In the historical buildings of fortress there are different exhibitions of the museum.

Saint Petersburg, Russia