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70-year anniversary of Blagoveshchensk was celebrated in spring of 2011. However, the history of the city is much longer.

Volsk station is actually outside the city called as railway station Volsk-2.

In 1748 Tanalykovo-Baymak was founded as the ore base of Kananikolsky and Preobrazhensky copper plants.

Malykovka village appeared here in the XVII century, after the tsar granted the land to monasteries.

Volsk is called as "a piece of St. Petersburg" in tourist brochures and sayings but in fact there is nothing in common between the cities.

The town, originally called as Tanalyk on the eponymous river, a few years after its inception was almost razed to the ground.

Thanks to the picturesque nature of the Lower Volga region, hot summer and excellent fishing Ahtubinsk has long been a favorite destination for tourists from all over Russia.

In the Gorodovikovsky region of Kalmykia the good conditions for hunting and fishing are provided by nature. People come here for holidays from all over Russia.

Kalmykia is far from the sea, in the heart of the continent, and the climate here is sharply continental: dry winters with little snow and hot summers.

Kalmykia occupies an area between the deserts of Astrakhan region and the fields of Stavropol Region.

It is strongly recommended to get round the eighth district of Elista, where are many cheap places of entertainment.

The capital of the Republic of Kalmykia, at first glance looks like an ingenious fairy tale.

The unique natural conditions where Lagan is situated seem as if specially designed for hunting and fishing.

There is a legend about the foundation of Lagan.

Izobilny from the space is surrounded by these patches from all the sides so that all questions concerning its name fallaway.

Akhtubinsk is the administrative center of the Akhtubinsk area, the largest in the Astrakhan region.

Rest in Akhtuba region can be successfully combined with therapeutic procedures.

Nevinnomyssk, one of the largest industrial centers in the Stavropol region, stands at the confluence of the Big Zelenchuk and the Kuban.

When, after the end of World War II it was decided to build a military training ground, the place of its dislocation was defined as an area near the village of Kapustin Yar in the Astrakhan region, near the city of Volgograd.

Past and present of Znamensk is associated with the activity of Kapustin Yar testing ground, in the past the tests of ballistic missiles, air defense missiles and even nuclear weapons were carried out there.

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