10 best places to visit in Russia before you die (Part 1)

Russia is one of the countries in the West, culture was whole human admiration and pride. Russia is also a famous trading center in the world. It also reunited much of the fashion brand reputation. Russian culture over many centuries to date still be quite a lot of sightseeing attractions.

So, we will give 10 best places to visit in Russia before you die.

1. Saint Basil's Cathedral

Saint Baisil's Cathedral

St. Basil's Cathedral is considered one of the top tourist attraction in Russia. It attracts not for luxury furniture, which is a special architecture of the church. Designed like the shape of a flame, this architecture was repaired later renovations. However, no work on earth like St. Basil's Cathedral.

2. Hermitage Museum

Hermitage museum

 Founded in 1764 by Catherine the great,  Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia is a museum of art and culture with the largest collection of over 3 million large works worldwide. The collections occupy a large space of six historic buildings including the Winter Palace, the residence of the Russian emperors.

3. The Kremlin

Kremlim

 The Kremlin is a special attraction for anyone visiting Moscow. Place for the leading government agencies of the country, electricity is surrounded by walls and four churches built in the 15th century. There are also some notable museum is the building of 250 acres filled with royal treasures and diamond exhibition, including a 190-carat diamond of Catherine the Great.

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4. Suzdal

Suzdal

Which is a country of Russia, Suzdal is the jewel of Russia's "Golden Ring," many believe that this city has been preserved as a living museum of the past of Russian culture. Those who want to learn about the history of Russian architecture, please come here. The domed palaces, churches and monasteries to be found in Suzdal. The city has a history since 1024, the whole city is like a huge open-air museum, where time seems to stop.

5. Lake Baikal

Lake Baikal

Many tourists on the Trans-Siberian railway plans to stop at Lake Baikal, the deepest lake and the oldest on Earth. Lake Baikal contains about 20% of the world's fresh water. Located in Siberia, Lake has date 25 million years old, surrounded by mountains. Known as the pearl of Siberia, Lake Baikal is a resort and also a popular tourist destination.

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