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Today, tourists can travel close to Panfilov Varak by land and by sea, although there is no paved road there.

There are mushroom and berry forests, many islands, the abundance of fish and migratory birds, sandy beaches and picturesque cliffs here.

Forest "Ship Thicket" is a reserved place in Udorsky region of the Republic of Komi. It is also called Prishvinskiy pinewood, because in 1935 Mihail Prishvin visited it.

The Polar Ural remains a mystery for many people. This is a real end of the earth, and the places are severe, unpredictable and very beautiful here.

Medvezhyegorsk is a small and quite cozy town in Karelia.

When Vysotsky told of his desire to escape the world's end, this "end of the world" had a particular geography. It meant this land of the national park "Yugyd Va".

There are many legends relating to Man-Pupu-Nyor pillars.

On the way to the Ship Thicket it is necessary to follow the strict rules.

Pillars are good at any time of a year. In winter, they are covered with snow and frost and give an impression of giant crystal structures.

Local History Museum is situated in the largest (and somber) building of the city on main square of Medvezhegorsk.

Before you go hiking over the "Yugyd Va", you should notify the administration of the national park about your arrival.

It is possible to reach the national park "Yugyd Va" from three points.

Palace Bridge (Dvortsovy Most) - this is the name of the world-famous bridge, disseminated on glossy postcards with the views of St. Petersburg.

Gatchina is an ambivalent place in all respects. Knight's castles, humpbacked small bridges and postcard views coexist here with the traces of life of surrounding chavs and simple cottages interfering the secured zone.

From afar Racheyskie Alps form a forest of relict pines with the thickness in girth on the slopes of picturesque hills.

You can easily get lost without a guide who can bring the group through the forest directly to the rocks in the forest.

Azov is not located on the shore of the Azov Sea, as many tourists think, but it stands on the River Don and its feeder the Azovka river.

The people settled here long time ago. Moreover, even before our era flourishing factories were formed by the Greeks here, and in 115 BC Azov was conquered by Mithridates Pontic.

Maikop was founded on May 25, 1857 as a Russian fortress.

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