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Nomad is an open-air ethnographic park located near the town of Khotkovo in the Sergiev Posad district of the Moscow region. This unique park acquaints visitors with the peculiarities of the life of the nomadic peoples.


"Vatan" is an ethnic park in Ufa, opened to acquaint foreign guests with the culture of Bashkortostan.


The most popular Russian regions for ethno-tourism are Karelia, Vologda Oblast, Buryatia, Irkutsk Oblast and Khakassia.


The Kandalaksha Nature Reserve is one of the oldest in Russia. It is located in two regions at once - the Murmansk region and Karelia. It includes more than 550 islands and the sea area.


The Murmansk region in winter and summer is completely different. In summer, lovers of off-road expeditions, hikes, fishing and water rafting come here. But we have prepared this article for those who plan to travel here in winter to enjoy skiing.


The Murmansk region is unusual in many ways. Despite the fact that it occupies one peninsula, the variety of landscapes in its various parts is stunning. The Arctic is one of the most wonderful regions of our country, and its nature is unique.


The Murmansk region knows how to surprise travelers not only with the northern lights. Proximity to Europe, cold climate, access to the sea - this range of features could not but affect the attractions of the territory. Lovers of natural beauty will find something to do while exploring bays, nature reserves, tundra and lakes. Much in the region is associated with the history of the fleet - this is another tourist destination that attracts guests.


The trees are covered with silver, and the streets are white and clean, which means it's time for some real winter fun. Here are the top 7 things to do in winter Murmansk.


Valdai is an interesting destination for short-term tourist trips. First of all, you should see the city center starting from Freedom Square, where the Trinity Cathedral and the inactive Vvedenskaya Church are located. For a multi-day trip, it is worth planning hikes in the Valdai National Park.


Ilmen is a large lake located in the Novgorod region. About 50 rivers flow into it. It used to be a trade route, while now it is a popular holiday destination.


The landscapes of the Valdai National Park are quite varied - hills and boulders alternate with flooded meadows, lakes, birch groves and pine forests. To make it easier for nature lovers to navigate among the local beauties, the park's staff have developed tourist routes of various lengths - eco-trails, as well as walking, car and bus excursions.


Lake Valdai has the status of a natural monument. Sandy beaches, picturesque coastlines covered with forests, a variety of vegetation, the opportunity to relax on the coast in a tent, fishing, picking berries and mushrooms - all this awaits tourists here.


Lake Uzhin (Uzhinskoe) is located in the north-east of the Valdai region and is part of the territory of the Valdai National Park. There are many coves and bays, which make the coast a place for a secluded holiday.


The tourist route around the city of Valdai is not long - it is really possible to pass it in 1.5-2 hours. The route starts at the Trinity Cathedral and continues along Narodnaya Street.


Rai-Iz (Raiiz) is a mountain range, where the southern part of the Polar Urals begins. Most of the massif is located on the territory of the Polyarno-Uralsky Natural Park.


The Lapland State Natural Biosphere Reserve is located on the shores of Lake Imandra, in the areas of the Monchetundra and Chunatundra mountain ranges. The buffer zone of the reserve is open for visiting. Since the terrain is very rugged, the journey will not be easy.


Lake Zaozerye is located in the Novgorod region, 7 km to the west of Okulovka along the Borovichi - Kresttsy highway. This is a relatively small, but in its own way beautiful and rich in fish resources reservoir.


Vitoslavlitsy is an architectural and natural reserve of wooden architecture, located near Veliky Novgorod, the Yuryev (Svyato-Yuryev) monastery on the southern shore of Lake Myachino. Here, on incredibly picturesque landscapes, old wooden buildings are collected, miraculously preserved and transported from nearby Novgorod villages in the 1960s. Wooden architectural monuments - churches, chapels, huts, mills, farm buildings date back to the 16th-20th centuries.


The Valdai Iversky Holy Mother of God Monastery is one of the centers of pilgrimage in the Novgorod region. The Orthodox monastic complex is located in a picturesque place 10 km from the city of Valdai, on Selvitsky Island, almost in the center of the holy Valdai Lake.


Rurik's Settlement is a remarkable archeological monument, which is located about 2.5 kilometers south of the Novgorod Kremlin, near Lake Ilmen. For a long time it was in the shadow of other sights of Veliky Novgorod, although this territory is noted in the annals as the place of arrival of Prince Rurik.


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