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Lenin Mausoleum

Tumba de Lenin

Mausoleum and resting place of the leader of the Bolshevik Revolution, essential to know the history of Communism in Russia.

The mausoleum was built on the orders of the Soviet Government after his death in 1924 and his embalmed body exposed to the public since then, except on rare occasions in wartime.

The exhibition, located just outside the walls of the Kremlin on Red Square in Moscow for 80 years and has not experienced any work, have been renovated because the tomb was starting to lean. It was closed in September last year due to a “serious distortion” of marble and granite building caused by tilting their foundations because of soil erosion.

It is rumored that soon could be moved to the city of St. Petersburg, the reason is that according to a recent survey by the Public Opinion Fund, 61% of Russians are in favor of Lenin rest underground in a graveyard, 5% more than a year ago; while 25% want to continue in place.

Novodevichy convent and monastery

Novodevichi

Beautiful sixteenth century convent founded by Vasily III in 1524 to commemorate the recapture of Smolensk from the Lithuanians ten years earlier and the resting place of some of the most famous artists of Moscow politicians, writers, and public figures.

mb of the Unknown Soldier

tumba-al-soldado-desconocido

In 1966, the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the defeat of fascist troops in Moscow, opened the eternal flame in honor of the fallen in the Great Patriotic War soldiers.

At the foot of the Kremlin in the heart of the Alexander Gardens is located Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. For this monument they were brought remains of a mass grave on the outskirts of Leningrad. Shortly thereafter in 1967 it opened a slab of marble and bronze structure showing a laurel branch and soldier helmet resting on a flag.

Always guarded by soldiers guarding the monument, themselves can see the changing of the guard takes place every hour.
In that same monument is an inscription that reads:
“Your name is unknown, your deed is immortal”

The Kazan Cathedral

The Kazan Cathedral in  Saint Petersburg

You can acquaint Russia through its museums, its historic buildings, its landscapes, but also it is interesting to know and visit its religious buildings.

Religion is an important part in the life of many people around the world, and the monuments and buildings that are built to honor their beliefs and their Faith, allow us to learn an important part of the culture.

In Russia, all main religions are represented, and the orthodox Christianity one is through the beautiful and imposing churches.

One of them is the Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan’ in St. Petersburg. The huge building is dedicated to the Virgin of Kazan’, the Christian most revered symbol both, in the city and in the country.

History of the Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan’

Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan’ was built between 1801 and 1811 by the architect Andrei Voronijin following the model of St. Peter’s Basilica, in Rome.

The Cathedral was created in neoclassical style; one of the most impressive architectural feature of it is its colonnade composed of 96 pillars.

Although it is not the only temple devoted to the Virgin of Kazan’, but it is the most important, and that is why it is visited every year by thousands of tourists.

The history of the building, which had its ups and downs, can be summarized in these words: the monument was made in honor to the victory of the Patriotic War of 1812. In 1812-1814, there putt the flags of the French defeated regiments. A year after the end of the war, in the Kazan’ Cathedral was buried the famous Marshal, Mikhail Kutuzov. In 1917, the period of the Church’s persecution began, and the Cathedral was closed by Stalin. In 1932, it was open but transformed into a Museum of Religion and Atheism. The religious services in the Cathedral of Kazan’ returned to be held only in the year of 1991.

For all these reasons, its history, its beauty, its architecture and its spiritual meaning, a visit in the Kazan’ Cathedral by is must have during your trip to St. Petersburg.

the Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan’ situation on a map

La Catedral de Kazan en Moscú

La Catedral de Kazan en Moscú

La Catedral de Nuestra Señora de Kazán está situada en la Plaza Roja de Moscú, a la izquierda de la entrada noreste. Es una iglesia ortodoxa rusa, relativamente pequeña y nueva para los estándares de Moscú pero muy bella y importante para hacer la visita turística.

Historia de la Catedral de Kazan en Moscú

La Catedral fue construida para conmemorar la liberación del estado ruso de los intervencionistas polaco-lituanos, que se realizó con la intercesión y la ayuda de la Madre de Dios, la cual mostró su misericordia mediante el ícono milagroso de Kazan.

La iglesia de madera fue construida con el dinero del príncipe Pozharsky en 1625, pero fue quemada en 1634. Más tarde el primer zar ruso de los romanos Mikhail Feodorovich financió la construcción de la nueva, en esta vez de piedra. La iglesia fue consagrada en el año 1636 y se ha convertido en una de las iglesias más importantes de Moscú, ahora está abierta no sólo para los turistas, sino también para los creyentes que vienen a las actividades religiosas.

Durante su historia la catedral ha sido reconstruida varias veses, en los años 1760, 1802-05, 1865. En los años 1925-1933 el arquitecto P.D. Baranovsky decidió a restaurarla para devolver su diseño original.

En 1936 en época soviética Iósif Stalin dió la orden de demoler las iglesias de toda la ciudad de Moscú.  Aunque Baranovski intentó salvarla, no logró evitar que fuera derrumbada (aunque lo consiguió con la Catedral de San Basilio, que también está ubicada en la Plaza Roja). En este lugar, al principio construyeron un edificio temporal de oficinas para los Comunistas, más tarde una cafetería y aseos públicos.

La catedral fue restaurada en 1990-1993 con dinero de la alcaldía de Moscú y las donaciones de ciudadanos. La Catedral de Kazan es la primera en Moscú, que fue completamente perdida en la época soviética y después recreada en sus formas originales, lo cual fue posible gracias a las mediciones realizadas por el arquitecto P.D. Baranovsky antes de la destrucción y a las investigaciones históricas de S.A. Smirnova.

El 4 de noviembre de 1993 la Catedral de Kazan en Moscú fue consagrada por el Patriarca.

Horario de la Catedral de Kazan en Moscú.

Cada dia de 08:00h hasta 20:00h

Dirección y como llegar a la Catedral de Kazan en Moscú.

calle Nikolskaya, casa 3, 109012. Está situada en la Paza Roja.

La estación de Metro de la Catedral de Kazan en Moscú es Ploschad Revolutsi (Plaza de la Revolución) de línea azul oscuro  o Okhotni Ryad de línea roja.

Les ofrecemos visitas guiadas en español en Moscú visitando la Catedral de Kazan.

Kondoidi’s House in Tambov

Grigoriy Vladimirovich Kondoidi was the leader of the small nobility of Tambov, State Councilor, member of the commission for local government reform in St. Petersburg, in a word, prominent, well-known personality and a legend in his own way.

By the way, the noble Kondoidi race came to Russia from the Corfu, a Greek island in the 18th century, and has since faithfully served our homeland.

The first Russian in the career of Kondoidi can be called as the well-known Russian physician Pavla Zaharovicha Kondoidi, who in the middle of the 18th century was organizing regular medical matters in the army, and served Empress Elizabeth as a personal gynecologist. It was his descendant Grigori, who became an honorary citizen of Tambov and of the main government officials.

Kondoidi did a lot for Tambov, and generally had a somewhat generous personality (and in some cases very questionable), because for a long time without thinking gave the city some of its mansions, including a luxurious mansion on the Gymnasicheskaya street, now called Str. Communal Manor, built in the Renaissance style, became the property of the city of Duma and council. In the 1980’s there was a police department. On the east and south wings the City Bank and the Women’s University were extended. In short, Don Kondoidi Tambov is used for fame. But, of course, with the advent of the Revolution, all these governments were abolished.

During the civil war in 1917-1918, the resistance to the revolution was here, which was headed by the Mensheviks, Socialists and White Officers. But on the night of 30 to 31 January 1918, the detachment of workers broke into the buildingand proclaimed Soviet power in the territory of the Tambov region.

Later, on the rich property of Kondoidi, Gubleskhoz met (1924), two years later became town hall, and another 2 years later, it was the district court, circa the 1930s. The Party Committee and City Council, since 1992, worked as the Mayor’s Office in Tambov. Today, the former mansion of the nobility is leader of the administration of the city of Tambov.

Fortunately, due to the fact that the estates were free of Soviet authorities, they did not suffer much to furnish the house. Therefore, at this time, the former residence of Kondoidi is preserved as well as the refined exterior decoration with a lot of small details, giving a festive look, and beautifully decorated doors, and marble staircases, which leads to the second floor.

By the way, looking at this beauty can be very easy: in the mansion the machine head of the city administration of Tambov is housed, library, several committees and some of the control of the city administration. So during the week you can look for business here freely.

Address: st. Municipal, 6.

The Irons Museum in Pereslavl

The Irons Museum in Pereslavl

The Irons Museum in Pereslavl is one of the many private museums. It is situated in a former house of a merchant of two floors. An exhibition itself is located on the second floor, and on the first floor there is a souvenir shop with interesting gifts. The shop sells all sorts of products and gifts concerning irons, and at the same time organizes a small exhibition of paintings of the local artists of Pereslavl. Each month, the Irons Museum attracts thousands of tourists. This is mainly due to the Moscow citizens who make a trip through the Golden Ring. Pereslavl is also popular among the tourists from the regions of Vladimir and Yaroslavl. The local parents come here to show their children, how people lived before the electricity century, how it all was, and as the household was kept.

History of the museumde Hierro en Pereslavl

The first page of the museum’s history was written at the end of the last century, when in December of 1999 Pereslavsky entrepreneur Andrey Nikolaevich Vorobov bought an old building. On the upper floor there was a communal apartment, and after the fire it looked unsightly. After that, a long restoration was started. The doors of the Irons Museum have opened in June, 2002. The first two years visits into the museum were for free, and a donation box was located in the entrance. Subsequently, the museum has evaluated tariffs for visits and organized touristic routes.
However, the “basic income” of the museum is not from tickets but from the sale of the storage items. The cost of the iron depends on its condition and its rarity, generally a range is from 100 to 10 thousand roubles. The greater part of the income from tickets gathers is a high touristic season, between May to September.

Collection of the museumde Hierro en Pereslavl

For the moment, the museum collection contains more than 200 irons. The exact number is difficult to estimate since the collection is constantly updated with new exhibits. Enthusiasts of the irons are found everywhere, in the most unexpected places. Many of the exhibits in the exhibition come from the shelves of municipal landfills. As the cost varies considerably as the weight available in the collection of irons (from 10 grams up to 10 kilograms).

The Museum of the Iron twice took part in the “flea market”, in 2005 and 2006. The enthusiasts have got a large collection of household items of rural and urban families, which date back mainly to the 19th century. Most of the exhibits came from the homes of the common people, from inns (restaurants), and from the shops of retail sales; for example, dishes, pots, and kettles boxes, tea boxes and advertising posters, scales, and weights.

The Tretiakov Gallery

Que ver en Moscú – La galería Tretiakov

Que ver en Moscú durante sus vacaciones. Excursionar en la galería Tretiakov en Moscú es una buena opción para aprender sobre las colecciones del arte ruso. Que ver en la galería Tretiakov en Moscú aquí se lo mostramos.

Sin dudas Moscú se destaca por su historia, su belleza arquitectónica y también por su enorme oferta en arte. Teatros, ballet, y hermosos edificios hacen de ella una ciudad única e inolvidable.

Durante su visita a Moscú, usted no podrá dejar de visitar también sus prestigiosas galerías de arte; siendo una de las más importantes y representativas la Galería Tretiakov. En ella se aloja una de las más importantes colecciones de arte ruso del mundo.

Fundada en el año 1856 por Pável Tretiakov, la galería cuenta con una colección de 130,000 obras de arte. Posee una ubicación accesible y estratégica, en el centro de la ciudad y frente al Kremlin, por la orilla sur del río Moskva.

Su fundador fue un comerciante, coleccionista, mecenas y filántropo moscovita. Inicialmente adquirió algunas obras de artistas rusos contemporáneos, y luego le surgió la idea de la galería, con el propósito de educar e incentivar el patriotismo en el pueblo ruso. Se considera que la obra de Tretiakov fue fundamental para el reconocimiento de muchos artistas locales que, sin su ayuda, no hubiesen podido dar a conocer su obra.

Que ver en la galería Tretiakov en Moscú

Contiene cuadros de épocas que van desde la primera mitad del siglo 19 y pinturas pertenecientes al siglo 18.

Las más famosas obras que componen la colección permanente de la galería son: “La Virgen de Vladimir” (también conocida como la Madre de Dios de Vladimir), “La Trinidad” creada por un gran pintor de iconos medievales: Andrei Rublev; y el famoso y siempre polémico por su significado para la pintura moderna “Cuadrado Negro” de Malevich. Otra obra impactante por su simbología, es “La apoteósis de la Guerra”, de Vasili Vereschaguin.

Recorriendo y admirando las obras, la galería permite conocer la historia rusa de una manera única y excepcional. La colección es muy diversa, puede reflejar tanto las clases altas como las peregrinas. Abundan los retratos realistas de personajes importantes de la historia rusa.

El edificio que la alberga cuenta con 62 habitaciones. Su fachada, de la cual puede decirse que remite a un cuento de hadas, especialmente en épocas de nieve, fue diseñada por el arquitecto Víktor Vasnetsov.

Excursionar en la galería Tretiakov en Moscú

La galería puede visitarse los jueves y viernes desde las 10 am hasta las 21, los martes, miércoles, sábados y domingos desde las 10 am hasta las 18 hs. Los lunes encontrará la galería cerrada. No olvide llegar con tiempo, las admisiones terminan una hora antes de la hora de cierre. A quien le gusta el arte podemos ofrecer las excursiones guiadas en idioma español.

Que ver en Moscú y mucho más en GuiaRus.  Excursionar en la galería Tretiakov en Moscú nunca ha sido mejor.

The monument to Laika in Moscow

El monumento a Laika en Moscú

Laika’s story is well known around the world, but let’s remember anyway: in 1957, the dog Laika became the first terrestrial living being to orbit the Earth. He did aboard the Soviet spacecraft Sputnik 2, November 3, 1957. Laika survived only a few hours on board the ship and would not return alive.

In tribute to her, in 2008 a monument was inaugurated in his honor. The statue is located near the military research center in Moscow and is a reproduction of Laika stop on a rocket. The monument was unveiled on the eve of the “Day of the Astronaut” held on April 12 and marks the space flight made by Soviet pilot Yuri Gagarin, on April 12, 1961. Many tourists come to the statue, built bronze, to pay tribute to the dog.

Russian bitch became a hero to the world and its name has been used on numerous occasions for advertising campaigns, novels, songs and even a region of the planet Mars was named Laika.

The feat of the little stray dog, who had been trained for the journey, paved the way for manned space missions. His was the first of several attempts in which dogs were also used in some cases successfully.

In addition to the statue in Moscow, Laika has honored countless times around the world. There are songs (the sad “Laika” Mecano, “Laika will” Massacre of the Argentine group to name a few) and postage stamps were created with a photograph.

For its historical importance, for their contribution to the development of aerospace knowledge, and tenderness that her story implies, visiting the monument to Laika during your trip to Russia it is a must.

Lake Baikal, cycling on ice

Lago Baikal, ciclismo en el hielo

We talked earlier about Lake Baikal, in fact there is an article devoted to him alone and has also been mentioned in several others.

The Baikal can boast of being the largest and deepest lake not only in Europe but also worldwide. Moreover, scientists and geologists also holds the title of being the world’s oldest lake. Its waters are extremely clear and unparalleled purity, which makes this Siberian lake is a perfect place to take the towel in summer and spend a quiet evening giving a cool bath on its shores stage.

However, when winter came, the giant water freezes completely and have to wait several months to take a dip in it, but it becomes the perfect track for another activity: biking on ice. Many tourists, lovers of extreme experiences, enjoy doing cycling on its frozen waters. Even expeditions 4 days when night should camp on the lake are organized.

An original experience that you can not miss if you’re on vacation by Russia, a trip that can only be done during winter, but it will be worth.

Yelabuga, an ancient city

Yelábuga, una ciudad milenaria

The number of cities, towns and villages that make up Russia is really vast, of all types and sizes and with all possible cultural varieties.

Each site stands for something in particular, whether its beauty, whether its history and its importance to the country’s development. A city that is distinguished by its antiquity is Yelabuga, an ancient city that bears the burden behind a history of over a thousand years. Originally, the city was a small Bulgarian settlement founded for the tenth century the people of this place had the need, and hit upon, to build a bridge that would allow passage through the Kama river.

This step quickly became part of a trade route that connected with the Arctic Ocean Bulgaria which led to a strong and rapid development of Yelabuga. Currently they are still visible ruins of this settlement, with a tower that, according to legend, was built in one night by demons. Visiting these ancient sites as old and definitely is an opportunity, so if you are about to take a tour of Russia, remember to include in your itinerary one pass through Yelabuga.

Due to its strategic location, this city soon became an important trading and housed several renowned personalities in Russia. You can visit, for example, the house of the poet Tsvetaeva that not only retains its original structure but all the furniture used by it. You can even see the exact spot where he hanged himself and the newspaper that was found in his clothes.

Another house that is now a museum is the famous painter Ivan Shishkin, here you can see where the painter grew and haunts for inspiration for his works.

7 Most interesting places of Kazan

Kazan Kremlin

This is the oldest part of Kazan: from here began construction of the city. Before it was a powerful fortress of stone oak mosques and khan palace, surrounded with deep ditches and thick forests. Now a museum white almost 14 hectares located on the high bank of the river Kazanka. It consists of a fortified settlement of the X-XVI centuries of stone and brick Kremlin of the XVI-XVIII centuries, and buildings of the XVI-XIX centuries. Kazan Kremlin is the only one in the center of Tatar culture and state government world. It is also the only preserved Tartar fortress in Russia.

Temple of All Religions

Templo de todas las religiones

The architect of this exotic resort is Ildar Khanov. Since 1994, he is building in his garden on the outskirts of Kazan a unique structure, which miraculously combines the Christian cross, the Muslim crescent, Star of David and the Chinese leadership. Although no ceremonies performed here not because it is not a church. It’s just a building inside like a house. Build this wonder Khanov decided after his trip to Tibet and India, where he learned the oriental art, Buddhism, yoga and Chinese and Tibetan medicine. Entrepreneurs and caring people help you perform this plan.

Qolşärif Mosque

The construction of this white mosque with blue roofs cupulos and began in 1996. It is the reconstruction of a legendary mosque. It was the center of religious education in the sixteenth century and was destroyed in 1552 by troops of Ivan the Terrible. The mosque was opened June 24, 2005 for mileneo Kazan. It is now a symbol of the city and the Republic.

Söyembikä Tower

Pearl Kazan Kremlin, one of the fallen towers highest in Europe. It is the architectural symbol of the city and one of the sights of Kazan more mysterious. The history of the monument is covered with several legends. For a version the last queen of Kazan Khanate, Soyembika, Ivan the Terrible ordered to build this tower in seven days and then released from its height. Another version built by the Russians who conquered the Kazan as a symbol of respect for the great culture dominated by them. There are rumors about the ghost that supposedly Soyembika still lives in the tower. Research scientific but found that the tower is about 300 years.

Blue Lakes

Los lagos azules

At 20 kilometers from Kazan there are amazing places famous for the beauty of nature, fresh air, varied flora and fauna etc. And also for the blue lakes. It is a string of incredibly beautiful light blue lakes surrounded by thick forest. The lakes pass from one to another, in one place becomes a small waterfall and then enter Kazanka river. The chain of lakes is long but not very deep: no more than 2 meters. Only in a place something like a funnel called Big Blue Lake, but big is not, is only 16 meters deep.

Monastery Raifa

This wonderful monastery is located 27 kilometers northwest of Kazan, Zelenodolsk and near the Natural Reserve of Volga-Kama. To the pilgrims are not only the monks but also bears, rabbits, cats made of wood. The frogs that are the symbol of the monastery. Raifa monastery was founded in the shore of Lake Raifa in the seventeenth century by the hermit Filaret. Here are three churches: the Cathedral of the miraculous icon of the Mother of God of Georgia (where they keep the most important treasure of the monastery-the miraculous icon), The Trinity Cathedral, and consecrated in honor of the cathedral and parents Raife Sinai.

The Riviera Kazan

Most importantly, this large complex of all possible amusements, of course, is the largest in Russia, with 15 water attractions waterpark, pool with artificial waves, jacuzzi, saunas, solarium and conditions good for diving and surfing. All year operates the huge pool (80 meters) with outdoor temperature of 30 degree water where you can swim even in the snow.

 

Sightings in the Urals

Avistamientos en los Urales

Each person is attracted to different things and everyone is motivated to choose the places they choose as their holiday destination. Some seek the good atmosphere and nightlife, others seeking beautiful scenery, others enjoy trips full of adventure and adrenaline and of course, there are those who seek to break from the daily routine going to a quiet and picturesque site.

There is also the kind of tourist who chooses his guided by a particular hobby destination, and there from the most normal and common as it may be a sport that you really like, even the most eccentric as people looking for sites for its paranormal history.

The latter exotic places’re usually distinguished by a unique feature so that not only attract tourists seeking unusual experiences but also to all those who are interested to know places unusual.

The area of ​​the Ural Mountains has many of these special places since according to several testimonies from different eras, strange flying objects frequented these mountains. In the triangle Moliobka, for example, from the geologist Bachurin claimed to have sighted a strange light over the forest in 1983 tourists visit intensified, however sightings dating back to the 1800s Locals and visitors say they see lights and strange objects in the sky, and damage to electronic objects are things everyday. These faults are also common in Taganai, with unusual changes of weather.

Scientists make these phenomena responsible for disturbances in electromagnetic fields in the area due to its proximity to fault lines. If you are interested in knowing the secrets of these strange areas and landscapes, we invite you to make a tour of Russia that includes a visit to any area of ​​the Ural Mountains.

Los mejores sitios para tomar el sol en Rusia

Que lugares visitar para tomar el sol en Rusia

Los mejores sitios para tomar el sol en Rusia

Vacacionar en Rusia para tomar el sol es una idea fascinante si se quiere disfrutar del verano. Donde ir para tomar el sol en Rusia, hay muchos lugares para ir. Que lugares visitar para tomar el sol en Rusia, aquí te lo mostramos.

Donde ir para tomar el sol en Rusia

Muchos turistas viajan buscando paisajes costeros y climas tropicales; y si bien es cierto que Moscú no es precisamente cálido ni está situado en la costa. Pero sí que tiene los lugares donde puedes tomar el sol; mientras disfrutes de una buena bebida helada y donde puedes darte un baño refrescante. Esta es una de las facetas más desconocidas de la capital rusa; ya que Moscú tiene muchas otras cosas que ofrecer en las que destaca más; por ejemplo los monumentos históricos, catedrales, iglesias, monasterios, centros comerciales, plazas, excursiones guiadas y etc. Pero si estás interesado en darte un buen baño te presentaremos algunas de las opciones con las que puedes contar.

Si tienes un presupuesto amplio para tu viaje; puedes visitar el Beach Club, un resort con todo lo que unas vacaciones en la playa necesitan; bebidas refrescantes, buenos cocteles, yates, comida, música y un ambiente único. Si no puedes permitirte un lugar muy lujoso; también existen otras opciones más económicas que incluyan lugares donde tomar un baño, por ejemplo el lago Béloye, Chiórnoye o el Gran Estanque.

Aunque estos sitios no sean paisajes marítimos, no subestimes la belleza de la costa de un lago; puedes llevarte una muy buena sorpresa ya que al ser de los pocos lugares en los que puedes tomar un baño; el turismo se ha desarrollado bastante ofreciéndote una experiencia agradable y muy especial. Además, si eres una persona de aventura que le gusta los deportes extremos y la adrenalina también puedes optar por visitar alguna de las escuelas que te dejan practicar wakesurfing o monoesquí; como el club windsurf o la escuela malibú. Si contratas una empresa de recorridos turísticos recuerda decirle al encargado que incluya un viaje a alguno de estos lugares en el itinerario, no hay nada como un agradable paseo en moto acuática, con la brisa en el rostro y el agua a tus pies.

Vacacionar en Rusia para tomar el sol y otras actividades lo puedes saber con nosotros, para mayor información contáctenos.

Plateau Manpupunior

Meseta de ManpupuniorWe all know the famous statues built by the Rapanui on Easter Island moai those stunning solid stone carved in the shape of face and carefully placed them side to another in long rows in a mystical and mysterious landscape. This type of landscape formed by imposing statues of rock, whether or not carved, is repeated many times in several islands, making it a typical scenario of the Indian Ocean. Another case is further known Stonehenge, where the imposing rock chips placed circular in shape and still use is unknown, although it is believed it had to do with performing rituals. What many people do not know is that they need to travel to the Indian Ocean to see a fascinating and surreal spectacle. In Russia, in the taiga, north of the Urals is Manpupunior Plateau, a place where the rocky landscape is repeated, but here it is nature that has carved capriciously. Seven statues reaching 40 meters high formed by natural erosion. In addition, this plateau sports tourism develops much so if you are interested in a destination that goes beyond the typical quiet and picturesque village, Plateau de Manpupunior awaits.

Artillery Museum in Saint-Petersburg

Artillery Museum in Saint-Petersburg

Within a trip to Russia it is really interesting to learn about a part of its history; to complete this is option visit the museum of Artillery in St. Petersburg. The building was built in the times of Peter the Great; the museum tells the history of the weapons, with an emphasis on Russia, in an exciting way.

The Artillery museum is one of the most important in St. Petersburg; it exhibits a badge of the Soviet Union. If you are interested in circuit boards within the ballistic missiles, this is the ideal place. It also contains a wide variety of military curiosities, both ancient and modern.

 

The Artillery Museum was founded in 1756. The museum is still located in the same building that in its early days. The current name, “Museum of Artillery”, was given to it in 1965.

There are different activities in the museum: exhibitions, guided tours, conferences. It possesses valuable collections of weapons, rifles, swords, computers of military engineering, signals, flags, medals, military’s uniform, photos and drawings of battles.

There are more than 700 000 objects in the museum, as well as 215 000 archived files, 100 000 volumes of books on military history, 90 000 photo negatives and slides.

The exhibitions of the museum show the military history of Russia from the earliest times until the present. The rarest exhibited objects are: the cannons made by Andrei Chokhov (the famous Canyon Czar manufacturer), an official wagon that was used for the transport of the artillery in the 18th century, the canons of Peter the Great’s “entertainment regiments”, personal arms, medals and gifts received by Russian emperors, military commanders and designers of arms, and also trophies.

El imponente Museo de Artillería en San Petersburgo.
It is a great place to visit on a tour through St. Petersburg, for those who enjoy weapons since there are lots of objects to explore belonging to many different periods, including Lenin’s armored car.There is a collection of weapons in the museum courtyard that you can observe from the outside, without entering. Recommended for adults, but in the same time – for children because of their spectacular nature and ability of climbing on the tanks.

karelia fjords history

Carelia entre fiordos e historiaKarelia is a region in northern Russia and endowed with a fascinating beauty that makes it a place of interest worthy of entering the itinerary of your tour of Russia. To get you started, giving an idea on Lake Ladoga you will see fjords, those incredible as typical landscapes of Norway.

For those who do not know, fjords sea entrances are caused by glaciers left results in a beautiful landscape of mountains separated by a kind of river. In addition to the fjords, Karelia is a region with many lakes so abundant places to visit if your motivation is a postcard landscape, however if you are looking for interesting places to have a lot of history, you will find amazing archaeological sites.

An example of this is Lajdenpojia, which is nothing more and nothing less where the oldest settlement in the Karelian started, indeed, was where the Corellian ethnicity went on to become who later became the Karelian. So great was the settlement of old Karelian in this area that people who currently inhabit these lands are numerous archaeological remains and very often from bronze bracelets to metal-tipped spears.

According to the study of several archaeologists who have worked at the site, most of these remains may become dated century X. You can include in your tour a visit to Lake Onega, a beautiful lake with crystal clear waters, which are even cleaner that Lake Baikal. This lake is the second largest in Europe so for Karelian civilization was one of the most important places here will see the first reference to ski humanity. This is a petroglyph carved by Karelian of a man riding an extremely long slopes.

Los bosques de Komi

Que ver en los bosques de Komi

Visitar los bosques de Komi, donde la naturaleza es ciudad en la región de Taiga. Excursionar por los bosques de Komi es ideal si te gusta todo lo relacionado a la naturaleza. Que ver en los bosques de Komi aquí te contamos.

Los bosques de Komi en Taiga

Visitar los bosques de Komi

Si viajamos al  norte de los Montes de los Urales nos encontraremos con la región de Taiga; una zona que, haciendo honor a los estereotipos de las grandes extensiones rusas; cuenta con nada menos que 32.000 kilómetros cuadrados, es decir, el tamaño de Bélgica. Esta región es una de las zonas naturales más importantes de todo el país; de hecho fue declarada como Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO. Tiene la virtud de haber sido la primera región en ostentar dicho título en Rusia.

Ahí en Taiga se encuentran los bosques Komi, unas preciosas e impresionantes zonas de abetos y alerces; que se extienden a lo largo de la región tiñéndola de un verde vivo, un paisaje como muy pocos en todo el mundo. Una de las principales virtudes de estos bosques es que son una de las pocas zonas en el planeta que aún se mantiene virgen; es decir, que el hombre todavía no ha modificado. Lo mejor de todo es que si viajas a Rusia puedes conocer esta región ya que desde hace algunos años se ha venido desarrollando el ecoturismo, y son varias las excursiones por Rusia que ofrecen una visita a esta región.

Excursionar por los bosques de Komi y muchos otros lugares de interés en Rusia solo con GuiaRus lo sabrás.

Que ver en Rusia durante su estadía, aquí lo tenemos, acompañado de nuestros excelentes guías y profesionales en español, quienes les brindarán un recorrido por los mejores lugares, para mayor información contáctenos.

Kiev: un destino en Ucrania

Kiev: un destino en Ucrania

Lugares que visitar en Kiev durante su estadía en Ucrania. Que ver en Kiev, un destino turístico fuera de Rusia. Excursionar en kiev es ideal si deseas ir aventurarte más allá.

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Antés Kiev era la capital de Rusia y todo el país de Ucrania estaba incluido en URSS; ahora es capital de Ucrania; es un maravilloso lugar para ir de compras, tomar un bocadillo y disfrutar los placeres que la modernidad te ofrece. Aquí podrás encontrar tiendas a la vanguardia de la moda, cafés que a la vez son librerías con un ambiente vintage; y edificios de cristal que crean un paisaje urbano espectacular; además los precios son bastante más baratos que en otras ciudades cercanas.

Los lugares que debes visitar en Kiev son la catedral de Santa Sofía, Iglesia de San Miguel y San Andrés, la Casa de las Quimeras, la Plaza de la Independencia, el Parque Khreschatyi y la Puerta Dorada; que fue la primera construcción de Europa; que a la vez de servir como fortaleza militar también era un centro religioso.

Kiev es uno de los lugares más polémicos ahora en el territorio de la europa del este, pero lo cierto es que las noticias no hace justicia es esta bella ciudad que se ha visto empañada por los conflictos en el país; que no se sitúan para nada en la capital ucraniana; los conflictos se encuentra en la parte más alejada en el noroeste del país.

Ucrania vive un momento de incertidumbre por un cambio de gobierno forzado por el pueblo; y apoyado por el ejercito, pero su cultura y sus lugares turísticos hacen que Kiev; la capital de Ucrania sea un lugar cada vez más demandado por los turistas que viajan a esta parte de Europa.

Lugares que visitar en Kiev y más solo lo sabrás con GuiaRus. Que ver en Kiev y otros lugares es genial. Excursionar en kiev nunca ha sido mejor.

Por la ruta del Transiberiano: Nizhni Nóvgorod

Viajar por la ruta del Transiberiano: Que ver en Nizhni Nóvgorod

Viajar por la ruta del Transiberiano mientras recorres Rusia es ideal para conocer otras partes del pais. Que ver en Nizhni Nóvgorod durante tu estancia aquí es una oportunidad grandiosa. Hacer un recorrido por Nizhni Nóvgorod y más solo con nosotros.

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Hacer un recorrido por Nizhni Nóvgorod

Si estas de viaje a Rusia, no puedes perder la oportunidad de ver el resto de país; y te aconsejamos a hacer el recorrido del Transiberiano. Entonces siguiendo el post anterior nos encontramos con una parada muy interesante en este recorrido: la ciudad rusa de Nizhni Nóvgorod. Este antiguo enclave comercial ruso fue hogar de muchos de los negocios más ricos de la Rusia del Zar; y también vio nacer a uno de los mayores exponentes de la literatura soviética, Maximo Gorki; es más, el nombre de la ciudad fue cambiado por “Gorki” durante el tiempo de la U.R.S.S.

La ciudad se sitúa en el cruce del famoso río Volga, el río más largo y caudaloso de Europa, con el río Oká; el clima de la ciudad es húmedo debido a esto. Con un Kremlin (ciudadela en ruso) de ladrillo rojo restaurado; la ciudad nos muestra una cara antigua y tradicional que contrasta con los modernos edificios erigidos en los últimos años. Entre sus monumentos más llamativos encontramos iglesias de piedra de exquisito acabado; como la de Rozhdestav Ioanna Predtechi o la Icono de la Virgen de Smolensk, cuya increíble vista colinda con el solemne monumento a Minin y Pozharsky; héroes rusos cuyas tropas liberaron Moscú de la invasión polaca en el siglo XVII. Cabe resaltar que existe otro monumento similar en la Plaza Roja de Moscú.

Caminando por sus calles encontramos diversos monumentos y construcciones peculiares, siendo especialmente interesante la calle Prokrovka; la cual cuenta con múltiples lugares para turistas, como cafeterías, tiendas de recuerdos y lugares que preparan comida internacional, como la china, italiana o mexicana.

La ciudad cuenta con otros establecimientos como un planetario de construcción futurista, antes alojado al interior de una Iglesia. Asimismo, una inmensa escalinata desde la plaza Minin nos lleva hasta las orillas del río Volga, por el cual podemos navegar en bote si nos da el tiempo.

Nizhny Novgorod es una ciudad de contrastes; que nos impresiona con sus modernos edificios comerciales y nos deleita con sus calles y monumentos; algunos de los cuales datan incluso de la Edad Media. Por ello es una parada excelente para el viajero en el recorrido del Transiberiano; a la par que un lugar perfecto para los amantes de la historia, la navegación en río y la arquitectura tradicional.

Viajar por la ruta del Transiberiano es genial para unas vacaciones placenteras. Que ver en Nizhni Nóvgorod y aprender sobre la ciudad junto a nuestros guías expertos. Hacer un recorrido por Nizhni Nóvgorod con GuiaRus, lo haces más que un tour.

El Tren Transiberiano Moscú – Vladivostok

Que ver en la capital rusa: el Tren Transiberiano Moscú – Vladivostok

El Tren Transiberiano Moscú una antigüedad que se usa para viajes en la actualidad. Viajar en el tren Vladivostok de Moscú es una experiencia fantástica, donde podrás ver durante el recorrido gran parte del territorio. Que ver en la capital rusa aquí te lo traemos.

El Tren Transiberiano Moscú - Vladivostok

El tren transiberiano es una de esas reliquias del pasado que aún se pueden experimentar hoy en día. Con un recorrido de 9.259 km.; es conocida por haber sido por más de un siglo la ruta de ferrocarril más larga del mundo; sólo superada hoy por el tren chino Yinxion, el cuál con sus 13. 000 kms. Une Madrid con la ciudad china de Yiwu, cerca de Shangai; lo que nos da una idea de las impresionantes distancias que recorren estos trenes. Pero a diferencia de su contraparte china; dedicada al comercio, el transiberiano es un tren diseñado para los amantes del buen viaje.

Viajar en el tren Vladivostok de Moscú

Partiendo desde la capital rusa, Moscú, hasta la ciudad de Vladivostok, cerca del Océano Pacífico; el viaje completo dura en promedio siete días y seis noches (aunque dependiendo del itinerario puede llegar hasta 18 días, e incluso más); duración comprensible si consideramos que cruza casi de canto a canto el inmenso territorio ruso.

El transiberiano es un lugar ideal para los amantes del plácido viajar; pues el tren y su itinerario se encuentran diseñados para satisfacer todos los gustos. Divido en tres clases (siendo la tercera reservada solo para rusos, por lo cual los visitantes sólo pueden viajar en primera y segunda), el tren permite una majestuosa vista de escenarios naturales imperdibles; como son el río Volga, los Montes Urales o el Lago Baikal. Además, cuenta con un menú de 18 páginas de largo en su vagón restaurante; el cuál sirve comida variada de acuerdo al lugar en el que se encuentren.

Por otro lado, el tren realiza múltiples paradas en diversas ciudades rusas, donde el viajero puede optar por alojarse en un hotel y conocer los atractivos locales (los cuáles iremos desarrollando en futuros posts) antes de proseguir con su travesía por el territorio ruso. Asimismo, al ser un viaje largo; el tren estimula el encuentro con otros pasajeros con los cuáles socializar y beber vodka juntos, si así lo desea el viajero.

El Tren Transiberiano Moscú es una atracción turística y al mismo tiempo un transporte, aprovecha la oportunidad de viajar y conocer lo hermoso de la ruta.

En buena cuenta, el transiberiano es un deleite para todo aquél que tenga el tiempo de permitirse un viaje por Rusia largo y confortable; con la posibilidad de conocer nuevos paisajes y culturas y ganar experiencias inolvidables.

Viajar en el tren Vladivostok de Moscú solo en GuiaRus lo sabrás!!!

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