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Kuril Islands
(Russia)
Russia

Kuril Islands

Map of the Kuril Islands (Russia)

Tourism in Russia

 …is the largest country in the world, a country with great architectural, historical and landscape heritage […] Russia  […] Petersburg, with its cathedrals, palaces, parks and wide avenues, their golden cupolas and needles, the house-museum of Dostoevsky, the Hermitage Museum, the bridges that rise at night in the summer and the channels that are frozen in winter, cafes, bars, terraces, and the "Nights White "May, June and July (when the sun is present on the horizon 19 hours a day and to be maintaining a sufficient luminosity like making unnecessary street lighting), the Republic of Buryatia, Siberia, east of Lake Baikal (the largest lake in the world and the largest fresh water reserve in the world) and north of Mongolia, with large and small lakes, steppes, forests, mountains, and its capital, the important city of Ulan-Ude, and the Siberian city of Irkutsk, with its ancient wooden houses built without using nails, its stone buildings and over 700 historic monuments. Expand article

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Moscow, St. Petersburg, Red Square, Kremlin, Tretyakov National Gallery, Krasnodar, Irkutsk.

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Nota del Editor

Este map of the Kuril Islands integra una serie titulada “Map of Russia”.

Author: Recreational Activities Team, Luventicus Academy of Sciences

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