Russia Travel Guide

St Petersburg Russia Travel Guide

Explore St Petersburg Russia St Petersburg Russia Travel Guide A Vagabond Life St Petersburg Russia Travel GuideThe St Petersburg Travel Guide will help you plan your trip to St Petersburg with hints, tips and ideas for travelling in this wonderful city.St Petersburg is perhaps the most beautiful city I have ever been and so very sophisticated. The city was founded by Peter the Great in...
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Yekaterinburg Russia Travel Guide

Yekaterinburg Russia Travel GuideA Vagabond Life Yekaterinburg Russia Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Yekaterinburg Russia Travel GuideYekaterinburg Russia is most famous for the place the last Tsar, Nicholas II and his family were assassinated by the Bolsheviks in 1918.Yekaterinburg was founded in 1723 by Peter the Great as a metallurgical factory and is named after his wife Yekaterina. T...
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Novosibirsk Russia Travel Guide

Novosibirsk Russia Travel GuideA Vagabond Life Novosibirsk Russia Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Novosibirsk Russia Travel GuideNovosibirsk Russia is  the third largest city in Russia and the capital of Siberia. It is a university town with several major unis located here.The city  was founded in 1893 as a transport hub, during the rule of Stalin it became a large industrial centre.Novosi...
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Krasnoyarsk Russia Travel Guide

Krasnoyarsk Russia Travel GuideA Vagabond Life Krasnoyarsk Russia Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Krasnoyarsk Russia Travel GuideKrasnoyarsk Russia is a pretty city in eastern Siberia Russia on the Yenisey River. The city was founded in 1628 as a border fort intended to protect the frontier from attacks of native peoples who lived along the Yenisei and its tributaries.During World War II, ...
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Irkutsk Russia Travel Guide

Irkutsk Russia Travel GuideA Vagabond Life Irkutsk Russia Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Irkutsk Russia Travel GuideIrkutsk is a town of 600,000+ people in Eastern Siberia, Russia. Many wealthy Russians were sent to Irkutsk for the part they played in the 1825 Decemberist revolts, and from then until the end of the century Irkutsk became an exile post.Irkutsk Russia is famous for its wood...
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