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Russia :

Russia is the largest country in the world with total area of 17,075,400 square kilometres (6,592,800 sq mi). Its history that excites you, Russia offers a good measure of this too. Moscow and St. Petersburg has an abundance of museums, art galleries and guided tours through the older parts of the cities that features some sightseeing activities of monuments and old Russian architecture.


Moscow :

 Moscow is believed to be about 850 years old. The first record of it in the chronicles is dated 1147. Many centuries ago, the town was built on seven hills. It is rather difficult to discern them now, with exception of the Borovitsky (“Pinery”) Hill, where one of the 20 Kremlin towers stands. The Kremlin (this word means “a steep hill” in Greek) and Red Square are definitely the main Moscow sights, symbols of all of Russia. Moscow is a real megapolis: the city extends out 40 kilometers from north to south and over 30 kilo meters from east to west. The population of over 10 million (including the vicinities) makes Moscow the world’s fifth largest city; also, over a million visitors, mostly tourists, come here daily. All those who have business in Moscow, and those just passing through, try to delay their departure for one or two days, willing to learn more about the city.

St. Petersburg :

St. Petersburg, the most European city in Russia, celebrated its 300th anniversary in 2003. The city’s immediate destiny was to become Russia’s new capital. St. Petersburg is one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Since 1918, the capital of the state has been returned to Moscow, but “Peter” has maintained its unofficial status of second capital. The city’s population today exceeds 5 million (including the vicinities), making St. Petersburg the world’s largest city from its latitude to the North Pole. The city’s man road is the fashionable and elegant Nevsky Prospekt, which is 4.5 kilometres long Many residents of St. Petersburg make a promenade along this central prospect into a lively ritual.








Ukraine :

U
kraine is situated in the south-eastern part of Central Europe and has its own territory, government, national emblem, flag and anthem. It borders on Russia, Byelorussia, Moldova, Slovakia, Roumania, Hungary and Poland on land and Russia, Georgia, Bulgaria, Roumania and Turkey on sea.


Kiev :

Kiev one of the most beautiful city in the world was founded in the mid XIII centaury as the capital of a powerful eastern European. Today, Kiev is the only city in Ukraine which has preserved medieval planning layout of its central part; the city has over 2,000 architectural landmarks which represents all  architectural styles and many different peoples and which can tell the history of foundation and development of the city and the country .


Odessa :
 Odesa is a city on the Black Sea coast of Ukraine and the country’s largest seaport.In European terms Odesa is a young city. It was founded by Catherine II in 1794 when the Russian Empress had decided that the country needs a port on the Black Sea coast to expand Russia’s ties with Europe. Having had an advantageous geographic location,




Belarus :

Belarus is situated in the center of Europe on the watershed of the Baltic and Black Seas. The capital is the city of Minsk. Belarus borders on Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Russia and Ukraine. The territory of Belarus totals 207.6 thousand sq km. It stretches from west to east for 650 km and from north to south for 560 km. The distance between Minsk and the capitals of neighboring states is as follows: Vilnius - 215 km, Warsaw - 550 km, Riga - 470 km, Kiev – 580 km, Moscow - 700 km.

Previously known by the name Belorussia (White Russia), the name Belarus was adopted when the country became independent from the Soviet Union as the USSR disintegrated in 1991.

Belarus’s close links with Russia has led the country into deeper international isolation. Belarus also has a unique history and a rich cultural heritage. Today, the majority of all industry remains under the control of the state and is heavily regulated. Foreign investment has been limited due to an unfriendly business environment. Belarus’s human rights record since President Lukashenko came to power in 1994 has been poor.

Minsk :


Minsk is the capital of Belarus. There are so many interesting historical places like  tower the St. Spirits Cathedral of Virgin Mary of XVII century and the Cathedral Catholic church of XVIII century. Having visited the Troitski suburb - recreated manor of the old city, you will have impression about what Minsk looked in the past.




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