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    Tver Region

The Tver Region is no doubt the pearl of central Russia. It has a rich, centuries old history. The town is geographically situated between two capital cities, Moscow and St. Pestersburg, which accounts for its rich historical and cultural heritage.

Tver is the native city of Russias famous traveler and merchant Afanasiy Nikitin, well known for his "Voyage Over Three Seas," which marked the beginning of Russias trade relations with India.

The region is famous primarily for its unique nature resources. The mighty Volga runs through the region. Lake Seliger attracts tourists by its beauties and wonderful views. The source of the Volga River is located on the territory of the Tver region and is one of its major draws.

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