Viaggio: Due capitali


There is hardly one person in the world who has never heard about Moscow. According to the old Russian chronicle Moscow was founded by Suzdal's prince Yuri Dolgorukiy in 1147. In the fourteenth century Moscow becomes a center of Great Moscow Principality.
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Saint Petersburg
The city of St Petersburg is relatively young if judged by the European or Russian standards. Found in 1703 St Petersburg has a rich and exciting history.
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Vladimir's one of the oldest and most famous cities of Russia. The city boasts a thousand years of history. According to the latest data discovered by the historians and archaeologists, Vladimir was founded in 995 by Prince Vladimir on the bank of the Klyazma River.
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The first reference to Suzdal was made in the chronicle in 1024 in connection with the peasants' uprising, which spread "throughout the land". At the turn of the 12th century a fortified town (i.e. the kremlin) was built at the bend of the Kamenka river.
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Kostroma is an ancient Russian town with a population situated on the left bank of the Volga river. It was founded in 1153 by Prince Yury Dolgoruky. The pearl of Kostroma is the ensemble of the Ipatyevsky Monastery with white stone walls and golden cupolas.
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Founded in 1010 by Yaroslav the Wise (future Grand Prince of Kiev), is a large, pleasantly quiet old town, and yet much more metropolitan than the other cities on the Golden Ring. Yaroslavl developed rapidly because of its favorable location along the Volga trade route.
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Sergiev Posad
70 km out of Moscow. Sergiev Posad is the town around the Trinity Monastery of St.Sergius. The monastery was established in the 14th century by one of the most honored Russian saints, reverent Sergius of Radonezh.
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Rostov Veliky (Rostov the Great)
Rostov was first mentioned in chronicles in 862. The focal point is its Kremlin, built on the shore of a lake. The white-stone towers of the Rostov Kremlin impressing as they are reflected in the lake's water.
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Pereslavl Zalessky
Found in 1152
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