10 best places to visit in Russia before you die (Part 2)

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.

6. St. Sophia Cathedral

Sophia Cathedral

Situated in Novgorod, the oldest city of Russia, Saint Sophia Cathedral located within the city of palaces. A height of 125 feet and is decorated with 5 spectacular dome, is the oldest church in Russia. Saint Sophia Cathedral has an array of ancient religious artifacts, most of which you are the statue. The door of the church had marked dating from the 12th century

7. Kizhi Island

Kizhi island

Kizhi Island is the address known to the large open-air museum incredible. Karelians area inhabited since the 13th century, where cultural exchanges between East and West. Museum of Church is a well-known works by 22 arches and a rich collection of antiques. The other attractive tourist destinations including dozens of wooden houses, windmills, churches and warehouses. The folk culture is expressed through craft demonstrations.

8. Valley Geysers

Valley Geysers

Located on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Russian Far East,  Geyser Valley is considered the second largest in the world. Valley of Geysers was discovered in 1941 by scientists Tatyana Ustinova local. Since then it has become a tourist attraction in Kamchatka most popular and attracted a lot of interest from scientists.

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9. Mount Elbrus

Mount Elbrus

Elbrus is located in the Caucasus Mountains in southern Russia. High 5642 m (18,510 ft), Elbrus is also where ever held the summit, where attract experienced climbers and beginners. Peaks are formed from a volcano, is no longer active lava eruption. Cable car system can take visitors to a height of 3.800m (12,500 ft), creating favorable conditions for climbers.

10. Trans-Siberian Railway

Trans Siberian railway

As part of the system of the world's longest railway, the Trans-Siberian Railway runs neck from Moscow to Vladivostok, a city near Russia's border with China and North Korea. Construction began in 1891 by Tsar Alexander III and the work completed by his son, Tsar Nicholas II in 1916, known as the route of the Tsar. Most tourists use the train all night at one of the many stops. Boats equipped with a private bathroom with shower.

Let's travel to Russia and surely you won't be dissapointed.

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