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Republic of Bashkortostan: Salavat - the City Of Oil
Salavat located in the very heart of Bashkiria is an oil city. Oil literally feeds and nurses it. Thanks to it, Salavat is considered the most favorable small city of Bashkiria.
--12-02-2017--
Bashkiria: Go Fishing To Yumaguzinskoye Reservoir
The only company that provides the touristic services on the territory of the reservoir is the administration of National Park. The list of services includes horseback riding (1000 rubles per 3-4 hours) and boat trips on the floating landing stage.
--05-04-2016--
Stonehenge Of Bashkiria
The Megalithic complex near the village of Akhunovo is willingly called Bashkir Stonehenge and the oldest observatory in Europe.
--02-02-2015--
Bashkiria: Sterlitamak Sheehans
Not far from the town of Sterlitamak, in the valley of the Belaya River, one can see famous lone mountains, Sterlitamak sheehans. The highest mountain is Tratau (Horse Mountain), the longest one - Kushtau (Bird Mountain), a smaller one - Yuraktau (Heart Mountain)... and the former biggest of the four Shakhtau (King Mountain).
--15-01-2015--
Bashkiria: Legends Of the Karagai Lake
The lake in the village of Voznesenka in Uchalinsky District has several names: Karagaily, Karagaikul, Karagaika, Vorozheich. Karagai means pine, Kule lake in Bashkir. A plate saying Karagai Kul is installed at the access road to the lake.
--09-01-2015--
Inzerskie Zubchatki Of Bashkortostan
Inzerskie Zubchatki is a small mountain range located in Beloretsky District of Bashkortostan. Zubchatki stand in the mid-way between Yamantau, the highest peak of the Southern Urals, and Iremel a mountain range which is extremely popular among tourists and esoterics. The main attraction of Inzerskie Zubchatki is Zubtsy (real Teeth) in the northern part of the range.
--05-01-2015--
History Of Bashkir Stonehenge
It is believed that the Bashkir menhirs (sacred stones) were opened by an Akhunovo aboriginal, a romantic regional historian Zhavdat Talgatovich Aitov. Opened is a relative term in this case, because menhirs always stood on this arable local land. Everyone saw them and treated them with care and respect, as an old sanctuary. Menhirs were preserved even when stones for collective farms were collected in the neighborhood.
--18-12-2014--
Bashkortostan Wins Hearts Of Foreign Journalists
Tourism Agency of Bashkortostan initiated a route for international media representatives. The group of journalists from Xinhua News Agency (PRC), Berliner Zeitung (Germany), Le Figaro (France), Le Temps (Switzerland) and Russia Beyond the Headlines international project of Rossiyskaya Gazeta have visited Muradymovskoye Ravine, Bashkir Village tourist base and Yumaguzino Reservoir.
--26-07-2013--


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Memorial Plaque to Sergey Dovlatov Installed in Ufa
Bashkortostan Republic keeps memory of the famous Russian writer Sergey Dovlatov. The memorial plaque has been installed on the house, where Dovlatov spent his childhood.
--30-11-2011--





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