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  3. 3. 1)Moscow: 3) Novosibirsk: 5)Nizhny Novgorod:2)Saint Petersburg: 4)Yekaterinburg: 6)Samara:
  4. 4. 7)Kazan: 8)Chelyabinsk: 9)Rostov-on-Don:10)Ufa: 11)Volgograd: 12)Perm:
  5. 5. 13)Krasnoyarsk: 14)Voronez: 15)Saratov:16)Krasnodar: 17)Tolyatti: 18)Izhevsk:
  6. 6. 19)Ulyanovsk:
  7. 7. MoscowSaint PetersburgKazanGOLDEN RING
  8. 8. MOSCOW
  9. 9. MOSCOW Capital of Russia. Famous for night life. The city has many of the worlds largest nightclubs. The city is full of different kinds of clubs, restaurants and bars. Tverskaya Street is also one of the busiest shopping streets in Moscow.
  11. 11.  Saint Petersburg has significant historical and cultural heritage and is thus a highly attractive tourist destination. Saint Petersburg is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list as an area with 36 historical architectural complexes, and around 4000 outstanding individual monuments of architecture, history and culture. The city has 221 museums, 2000 libraries, more than 80 theaters, 100 concert organizations, 45 galleries and exhibition halls, 62 cinemas, and around 80 other cultural establishments. Every year the city hosts around 100 festivals and various competitions of art and culture, including more than 50 international ones. Ballet performances occupy a special place in the cultural life of Saint Petersburg.
  12. 12. KAZAN
  13. 13. Kazan Kremlin includes many old buildings, the oldest of which is the Annunciation Cathedral (1554-62).The only 16th-century Russian church to have six piers and five apses.Qolasharif -Mosque in Kazan is one of the World Heritage Site by UNESCO.,
  14. 14.  Line length:9,289km. Longest Railway in the World. Construction period:1891-1916. Spanning a record seven time zone and taking eight days to complete the journey. Third longest single continuous service in the world. Ice-breaking train Ferry to cross Baikal Lake(640km long,1,600m depth). Important: Tourism, Export business.
  15. 15.  Now a days, Russian cultural heritage is ranked seventh in the National Brand Index. Religion: Orthodox Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Buddhism. Festival:1)Easter, more than 90% population. 2)Scarlet sail celebration in Moscow
  17. 17.  RAIL: Worlds second largest Network Length:87,157km. Rail links with 13 adjacent country. ROAD: Total network-933,000km. 755,000 ware paved.
  18. 18.  INLAND WATER WAYS: Total navigable rutes-101,000km. Russian river fleet-95,900km. Night navigation-60,400km. Sea Ports and harbors for business purpose. AIRPORTS:Total-2,743 Airports with paved runways-630 Airport with unpaved runways- 1,887.
  19. 19. Ukraine
  20. 20.  Ukraine is a country in Eastern Europe. Ukraine was known as “Kievan Rus” up until the 16th century. Most of the country was formerly a part of Russian Empire; after the October Revolution and the Civil War, the entire country, known as the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, was a part of the Soviet Union. Ukraine is the second-largest country in Europe, albeit with a slightly declining population.
  21. 21. Capital KievGovernment RepublicCurrency Hryvnia (UAH)Area total 603,700 sq kmPopulation 45,556,909Language Ukrainian (official),Russian Romanian, Polish HungarianReligion Ukrainian Orthodox - Moscow Patriarchate Ukrainian Orthodox - Kiev Patriarchate Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Ukrainian Catholic, Protestant, Jewish Muslim
  22. 22. Ukraine has a very well-developed system ofpublic transportation. Every large city and regionalcapital is connected to the railway network andreceives passenger trains daily from other majorcities. The train station is the main transportationhub of every Ukrainian cityThe other main transportation hub of anyUkrainian town is the intercity bus.Thelargest cities generally have several busstations located at different ends of town
  23. 23. Carpathian Mountains are considered to be the Green Pearl ofUkraine. It is one of the most popular resorts and tourist centers ofthe country. A beautiful mix of naturalareas, forests, meadows, shepherds and humans living in harmonywith nature is what makes the mountains so attractive to tourists
  24. 24. Armenian Church Nikitsky Botanical GardenYalta is a resort city in Crimea, southernUkraine, on the north coast of the BlackSea.Steep mountain peaks serve as alovely backdrop for Yalta the jewel of theCrimean peninsula.Yalta has exemplaryresorts museums and beaches. swallows nest castle Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
  25. 25. Saint Sophia CathedralKyiv a scenic city and the bustlingcapital of Ukraine. It is home tomany high-tech industries, higher St Andrews Churcheducation institutions and world-famous historical landmarks. TheWorld War II Museum is locatedhere. Kyiv Pechersk Lavra
  26. 26. Armenian Cathedra livi is the heart of the WesternUkraine.The city was under the rule of Latin Cathedralmany empires and everyone wanted toadd something special.this ensembleformed by centuries gave the citypeculiar atmosphere and medievalromance. the central part of the city isincluded in the UNESCO list of WorldHeritage. Theatre of Opera and Ballet Potocki Palace
  27. 27. The Odessa Archaeological MuseumOdessa is referred to as the "Pearlof the Black Sea"Odesa is simplyenchanting with its marvelousarchitecture. Odessa is a populartourist destination, with manytherapeutic resorts in and aroundthe city. Opera and Ballet Theater Potemkin Stairs
  28. 28. salo Solyanka borshch Deruny Varenyky
  29. 29. Ukraine has vineyards where they produce nativewines.The Ukrainian specialty is horilka with pepper.Ukrainian beer is of very good quality. The best beersare brewed by Lvivske, Obolon and PPB (PershaPrivatna Brovarnia). Of non-alcoholic beverages, oneshould try slavic drink made of rye or wheat
  30. 30.  Capital : Warsaw Language : Polish, Silesian, Kashubian Currency : Zloty Climate : Mostly Temperate, Winter is drier, Precipitation falls throughout the year.
  31. 31.  Second largest and the oldest cities since 7th century. Leading centers of polish academic, cultural and artistic life. Important economic hub. Previously the capital of Poland (1038-1569). Krakow main square main attraction.
  32. 32.  Situated on river Oder. 4th largest city of Poland. Host of Euro Basket 1963, FIBA Euro Basket 2009, UEFA Euro 2012. Will be hosting FIVB men’s volleyball world championship. Selected as European Capital of Culture for 2016-17.
  33. 33.  Situated on the river Motlawa. Its waterway system supplies 60% to the area in Poland. It has the unique advantage of sea trade. Port of Gdynia has helped to make it as an important industrial area.
  34. 34.  Capital and the largest city of Poland. It is ALPHA-GLOBAL city. Also named as PHOENIX CITY as it has survived many destruction in history. It is said that 80% of buildings had been destroyed in world war II.
  35. 35.  Auschwitz Concentration Camp built by Nazi Germany during world war II. Famous for Genocides.
  36. 36.  Tatra Mountains, Orla Perc Biolowieza Forest Campinos National Park
  37. 37.  Wooden churches of peace in Jawor and Swidnica. 13th century salt mine in Wieliczka. Wilanow palace and warsaw old town. Gniezno Cathedral. Augustow Canal.
  38. 38.  Wawel royal castle Malbork castle Grodziec castle Chojnik castle Czocha castle
  39. 39.  Famous airport : Frederic Chopin Airport Trains : PKP intercity train, Przewozy Regionale Bus Services
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