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    Bryansk Region

Bryansk Region is an ancient land that is proud of its crystal clear lakes, beautiful rivers, slender pine-trees, and thick woods. These picturesque landscapes bring a sense of tranquility and peace to this part of Central Russia. You will not find Bryansk region in popular tourist guides as this land is quiet and far from beaten tourist routes.

More than a thousand years ago our ancestors founded a small city on the banks of the Desna River. Its mane meant a city in thick woods and that was not far from the truth. Now Bryansk preserves its century-old history and Slavonic roots of its historical and cultural heritage.

The city offers a great number of old churches and cathedrals that are living witnesses of the past. Some of the villages dotted around Bryansk may offer you 2-3 hour trips to the country estates of Foydor Tutchev and Alexey Tolstoy, one of the most prominent Russian literary men.

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