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Tyumen: The City of History, Industry and Economic! Join us in this paragraph and read about Tyumen, the oldest town in Siberia. Learn more about its geography, population, economical and historical importance. Tyumen’s Geography and population: Geographical Location: Tyumen is the administrative center and largest city in the Tyumen Oblast, Russia. With an area of 235 square kilometers, the city is among the largest cities of the Urals and the Ural Federal District. Tyumen is located east of the Urals, along the Tura River, and it’s 1725 kilometers from the capital, Moscow. Population: The population of Tyumen grew steadily fromRead More
Explore Siberia: Geographical Location, Cities and Population! Wonderful Siberia is famous not only for its unique climate and wild nature, but also for its privileged location and beautiful cities! In this paragraph we will learn more about Siberia, its location, population distribution and have a quick overview of its most populous cities! Where is Siberia located on the map? Siberia’s geographical location: Siberia is the lands east of the Ural Mountains, it is a large geographical area in Eastern Europe and Northern Asia. It stretches southwards from the Arctic Ocean to the hills of north-central Kazakhstan, and to the northernRead More
The Land of Siberia: special climate and wild nature! In this paragraph, we will explore the vast land of Siberia. And learn more about its special climate, nature, mountains, lakes and rivers! Lets get start it. Siberia’s weather: With a January average of −25 °C, Siberia is famous for its long, harsh winters, and its short summers. On the north coast, there is a very short (about one month long) summer. In general, Sakha is the coldest Siberian region, and the basin of the Yana has the lowest temperatures of all. for instance: On 6 February 1933, Oymyakon village inRead More
The Trans-Siberian railway: from Moscow to Vladivostok! In this paragraph, we will learn about the Trans-Siberian railway, its importance and history! join us in this journey, and see the photos! Rail transport or train transport is one of the most important means of transport around the world. It’s a main way to transferring, whether for passengers or goods. Despite the invention of the aircraft, and the strong entry of aviation transport in all fields, rail transport is still of great importance. A historical perspective: It started very old, dating back to the era of the Babylonians, the ancient Egyptians andRead More
Russian places to visit
Many people ask us online about the best places to visit in Russia, things to do there, celebrations, places to hang out and lots of tourism and business in Russia.
In this site we review the most wonderful places of Russia worth visiting, so we put information explaining these places, supported by pictures
About Russia we talk
Russia is one of the largest countries in the world, officially known as the Russian Federation or the Russian Federation is a state with republican rule. Russia stretches across all of North Asia and 40% of Europe, with Russia sharing borders with Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland (via Kaliningradskaya oblast), Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, the People’s Republic of China, Mongolia and North Korea (look to Russia Map). It also has a sea border with Japan in the Okhotsk Sea and the United States via the Bering Strait. Although Russia’s population is relatively large, population density is low due to the country’s large size. Russia has 160 ethnic groups speaking about 100 languages. Most of them speak Russian. Orthodox Christianity and non-religious spiritualists make up the largest proportion of religion in Russia.
The time in Russia covers nine time zones starting from (UTC + 12) and ending with (UTC + 12).
It has a wide range of environments and terrain and has the world’s largest reserves of mineral resources and energy and has the world’s largest reserves of forests and lakes, which contain nearly a quarter of the world’s freshwater.
Russia tourist places
This is a list of places to visit in Russia:
Located in the northern highlands on the Oba River in southern Russia. The city of Tula is a cultural heritage of great value and an integral part of the world cultural heritage. Monuments, architectural monuments, historical works of art and buildings. There are many museums and the Tula Kremlin is the oldest architectural building in the city. It is an industrial, scientific and cultural center and an important railway intersection.
There are very large beaches in Russia, one of the most beautiful and wonderful beaches in the world, and the most important beaches that are a popular destination for tourists from all over the world are:
Lake Baikal and other lakes
Lake Baikal is an ancient, massive lake in the mountainous Russian region of Siberia, north of the Mongolian border. Considered the deepest lake in the world, it’s circled by a network of hiking paths called the Great Baikal Trail. The village of Listvyanka, on its western shoreline, is a popular starting point for summertime wildlife-spotting tours, plus wintertime ice-skating and dog sledding.
Lake Beloye, Ryazan Oblast
Lake Beloye, Vologda Oblast
This is a list of highest mountains of Russia:
Elbrus 5,642 metres (18,510 ft)
Dykh-Tau 5,204 metres (17,073 ft)
Koshtan-Tau 5,152 metres (16,903 ft)
Jangi-Tau 5,085 metres (16,683 ft)
Shkhara 5,068 metres (16,627 ft)
Kazbek 5,034 metres (16,516 ft)
Katyn-Tau 4,979 metres (16,335 ft)
Pik Schota Rustaveli 4,960 metres (16,270 ft)
Russia’s climate varies considerably due to its enormous area stretching from eastern Europe to the Pacific in the east, from the Arctic Ocean to the Black Sea and the warm regions of the central part of Asia. The climate in Russia is mild in summer (temperatures between 1 ° C and 25 ° C above), cold in autumn, and severe cold in winter (temperatures between 0 and 50 ° C below zero).
Northern regions and areas near the Arctic are characterized by their long and cold winters and relatively short summers. The north-eastern part of Russia is also characterized by long cold winters and short, relatively warm summers. Sometimes winter temperatures reach minus 70 ° C (the average temperature in January is minus 49 ° C and in July it is 15 ° C). Near the Sea of Japan, the weather is warmer. (In winter below minus 12 and summer 21 above zero). The regions, which include Moscow and St. Petersburg, have a mild continental climate. Conditions are suitable for growing some grains and raising animals. The average temperature in St. Petersburg is 17 ° C in summer, -7 ° C in winter, in Moscow in summer it reaches 18 ° C and in winter it is -11 ° C.