Russian Tour

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Victory Day

One of the most sacred holidays for the Russian people.Veterans come out into the streets wearing their military decorations and medals. The entire nation pays tribute to the eternal sacrifice that ensured its future.

Famous people!

  • Akhmatova Anna (1889-1966), Poet- she brought to the Russian lyric, according to Osip Mandelstam’s “the wealth of the nineteenth-century Russian novel”.

  • Brezhnev Leonid (1906-1982), Soviet politician- Started the politician career in the Ukraine, then Moldavia until he toppled Khruschev in Moscow in 1964.
  • Kandinsky Vassily (1866-1944), Painter- Kandinsky began painting in 1896, when he was 30 years old. Influenced by Fauvism he began simplifying his images until line and color, rather than subject matter, became the vehicle with which he expressed emotion.

Interesting Facts!

  • The full name is Russian Federation
  • Its total area is 17,075,400 square kilometres or 6,601,668 square miles.
  • According to the 2010 Census, the population of Russia is 142,905,200. The population has been declining since it peaked at 148,689,000 in 1991.

The Russians also have some good dishes!

Want to have some fun at Russia? Come join us on some of our famous amusement parks!

Gorky Park

Gorky Park is Moscow's most famous funfair, and attracts big crowds in the summer months. For toddlers, there's the well-equipped lunapark, with a number of simple but safe rides. For older children, there are rollercoasters, a house of horrors, the gravity-defying 'Fly Machine', and the Buran, a genuine space shuttle, shelved in the eighties, that now contains a flight simulator.


This 4,500 square meter complex boasts 10 thrilling rides, over 100 arcade games, mini-bowling, layzer tag and a 5D cinema complete with video, motion and other sensory effects.

Sokolniki Park

Sokolniki Park is a very large park about 5 miles northeast of the Moscow city center. Small groups of amusement rides operate in different sections of the park. It isn't known if these small groups operated under any special name or are just considered part of Sokolniki Park.

Taking a visit? Here are some places you might want to stop at!

Valley of Geysers, if you love science you would like this place!

  • Lake Baikal, Many travelers on the Trans-Siberian railway make plans to stop at Lake.
  • Baikal, the deepest and oldest lake on Earth.
  • Saint Basil's Cathedral, it was designed to resemble the shape of a bonfire in full flame, the architecture is not only unique to the period in which it was built but to any subsequent period. There is no other structure on earth quite like St. Basil’s Cathedral.

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