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Things to do in Russia
Moscow - experience the Novodevichy Convent
The Novodevichy Convent is one of the more beautiful buildings in Moscow, that can be found on the banks of the Moscow River. It has been rebuilt since its original construction in the 16th century and many of the 7 buildings in the complex date back to 1680. There is so much to see here you may need to set aside a couple of days, but look out for the historic paintings and books inside the ornate, impressive buildings.
Moscow - take a guided tour of the Kremlin
The Kremlin has evoked fear for centuries but it is also a place of great beauty, as it is filled with magnificent buildings that were once cathedrals or other religious buildings that now house museums and reinstated churches. There is also an old fort and an impressive armory in what has become a town within a city, as the larger city of Moscow absorbed the smaller town over time. If your time is limited be sure to organize a guide to show you the best. major parts of the district.
St Petersburg - explore the Church of the Savior on Blood
From the outside the Church of the Savior on Blood looks like something from a fairytale with its towers and spires and guilt. Only completed in 1907, it hids inside its interior something very special. The whole of the interior is filled with paintings, frescos and mosaics, along with lots of gilding. It is believed to have more mosaics than any other church in the world. Once you have been amazed by the paintings on the walls be sure to look up into the roof to marble at the magnificent paintings, in the high, vaulted ceilings.
St Petersburg - view the amazing art collection at the State Hermitage Museum
The former Winter Palace of the Tsars is now the State Hermitage Museum and hosts Russia’s largest art gallery. The collection was started in 764 and now has over 2.7 million pieces of art that are frequently lent to other galleries around the globe. The collection has paintings from every famous painter known and numerous lesser known ones. There is so much to see here it would take you years just to see half of it so a tour with a guide is highly recommended.
Introduction of Russia
The vast, mysterious land of Russia encompasses diverse ethnicities, a fascinating and often terrifying history, magnificent architecture and extremities of weather from Siberian lows to the warmth of the Black and Baltic seas. Founded as an entity in the Middle Ages and closed to the world for most of the 20th century, its magnificent major cities of Moscow and St Petersburg as well as the southern coastal resorts like Sochi and more remote regions are now established as popular tourist destinations. Comfortably modern Russia hotels in the major cities tend to be expensive, and elsewhere in the country accommodations are mostly decades-old Soviet structures with renovated interiors. The glories of the Tsarist palaces, the museums, the Orthodox cathedrals and even the Moscow Metro are world-famous. Less well-known are the country's diverse natural beauties, encompassing 35 huge national parks and over 100 nature reserves ranging from the Arctic to the southern seashores. Crossing the country can be done via the Trans-Siberian Railway, an attraction in itself.