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What to See in Arkhangelsk (Russia)

According to Top-mba-universities, Arkhangelsk is located in the northern part of Russia at the mouth of the Northern Dvina River, 45 km from its confluence with the Dvina Bay of the White Sea. In addition, Arkhangelsk includes numerous islands in the Northern Dvina delta. The city is the administrative center of the Arkhangelsk region. As… Read More »

Saratov, Saratovskaya Oblast (Russia)

Saratov is located in the southeastern part of Central Russia on the right bank of the Volga River. The city stretches along the Volga for 50 km, it is surrounded by several mountains of the Volga Upland with heights up to 250 m. The first settlement on the site of modern Saratov was supposedly founded… Read More »

Sheregesh – a Ski Resort for the Whole Family

In the south of the Kemerovo region, in the Mountain Shoria massif, not far from Altai, there is the Sheregesh ski resort. Among the ski resorts in Russia, Sheregesh is considered one of the most popular and most equipped in Western Siberia. According to Topschoolsintheusa, more than a million tourists a year, over 3,500 meters… Read More »

Sights of Russia

According to ethnicityology.com, the capital of Russia is Moscow, an incredibly large city, so you will have to spend a lot of time in order to get acquainted with all its sights. Tourists coming to Moscow are offered a variety of bus tours around the city. During the tour, tourists are taken in groups along… Read More »

Russian Literature in 18th Century

Russian literature, in its beginnings term for the literature of the Eastern Slavs, initially in Church Slavonic, today in Russian. Only with the rise of the Moscow state in the 14th-15th centuries In the 19th century, a national Russian literature gradually developed, the language of which, however, remained committed to the Church Slavonic tradition for… Read More »

Russian Literature in 19th Century

The reign of Alexander I (1801-25) meant the gradual transition for Russian literature from late classicism by GR Derschavins and from sentimentalism by NM Karamzin to pre-romanticism, the main representatives of which were the poet and important translator W. A. ​​Schukowski, the playwright A. S. Gribojedow (“Gore ot uma”, published in 1833; German “understanding creates… Read More »