Introduction to Yekaterinburg

Introduction to Yekaterinburg

Yekaterinburg today has developed into the 4th largest city in the Russian Federation and is currently recognized as being the Administrative Center of Sverdlovsk Oblast. It is the chief industrial and cultural center of the Ural Federal District with a population of about 1,400,000 residents enjoying what is termed as a humid continental climate. Continue reading “Introduction to Yekaterinburg”
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Introduction to Volgograd

Introduction to Volgograd

Volgograd, formerly referred to as Stalingrad is situated on the West bank of the River Volga located in the Southerly region of the Russian Confederation. It plays the role of being an important industrial city impacting the economy of the region and today is recognized as being the Administrative Center of Volgograd Oblast. Continue reading “Introduction to Volgograd”
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Introduction to Vladivostok

Introduction to Vladivostok

The biggest Southern-Russian port city-Vladivostok is in the far-east region of Asia. It serves as the ultimate stop of the Trans-Siberian train as it overlooks Japan Sea. Over the last several years, Vladivostok has seen an influx of Chinese immigrant workers while witnessing Russians relocate towards the East – mainly Moscow or St. Petersburg. Continue reading “Introduction to Vladivostok”
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