Voronezh, Russia

Voronezh, Russia

Peter I built the first Russian ships in Voronezh.

The Nativity Church in the village of Anna is a majestic monument of architecture.

Shelter of travelers – Seraphim-Sarava Monastery
According to A2zdirectory.org, the monastery is located in the village of Novomakarovo, Gribanovsky district. On the territory of the monastery there is a temple with a wooden bell tower, two springs, one of which is considered healing. A winding path leading through the forest from the temple, through a shaky bridge, leads to a font in honor of the icon of the Mother of God called the “Inexhaustible Chalice”. The silence on the territory of the monastery is conducive to thinking about the meaning of life, about the frailty of being.

Khopersky Reserve
Khopersky Reserve (established in 1935 to protect the muskrat). From 1955 to 1980 bison lived on the territory of the reserve. From the horns of young deer living in the reserve, pantocrine is made – a general immune stimulant. Predators of the reserve are wolves, foxes, raccoon dogs. They can be found in the depths of the reserve – in a zone of rest, where the tourist’s foot does not set foot.

Borisoglebsk – attractions
The city, located at the mouth of two rivers Vorona and Khopra. The city was founded in 1696 and was called Pavlovsk, but in 1704 it was renamed Borisoglebsk, due to the construction of a church in honor of Saints Boris and Gleb. One of the attractions is the Drama Theater – a small building built in 1911, but this building becomes a theater only in 1937. Sholokhov Art Gallery, within the walls of which are collected works of local artists – Sholokhov, Kuprin? Romanova. The Historical and Art Museum presents an exhibition of weapons, which exhibits swords, sabers, crossbows, Asian, Japanese weapons, the Turkish version of the gun, and various swords. The museum also has a zoological department with stuffed animals,

The city of Pavlovsk
Pavlovsk is named after the Pavlovsk regiment, before that – Oseredskaya fortress. Pavlovsk amazes with the number of historical monuments. There are about 43 of them, of which 7 are of federal significance. In Pavlovsk there is a local history museum.

Lomy is a historical and landscape park, a unique place where Ukrainian and Russian colors merge. In Lomy you can see a collection of interesting stones that are named after human names: Ivan, Makar, Yermak. Here you can swing on a comfortable wooden swing made by local craftsmen, quench your thirst with icy water drawn from a crane well and even see goblin, each of which performs its role in the park: one is watching the swimmers, the other is spying on the lovers. The park has a stone labyrinth, a mill and a forge.

The village of Kostomarovo
Kostomarovo is known for its chalk mountains and the Svyato-Spassky convent located in the mountains. Not far from the monastery there is a large underground Church of the Savior, the vaults of which are supported by 12 huge chalk columns. The outermost temple is called the Cave of Repentance. A very cold narrow corridor with tight chalk walls leads deep into the mountain, directly to the place of repentance, where the sacrament of Confession was performed.

Russia – Altai – lakes Multy

Multa – a small river in the Ust-Koksinsky district of the Altai Republic. It flows through the Multinsky lakes – Upper, Middle and Lower, and flows into the Katun.

Altai is a concentration of both natural-spatial and sacred places of power, and their geographical location often coincides, since those initiated into the secrets of the universe always chose places with increased natural energy for sacred rituals. Places of power are places where an extraordinary energy impact on all living things occurs. Being in these places can contribute to the harmonization of the body and a positive mood, and there may also be cases of spontaneous outbursts of emotions, the manifestation of extrasensory abilities, changes in perception and immersion in altered states of consciousness. In places of power, various anomalous phenomena often occur,

A large number of places of power are located on the Katunsky ridge of the Altai Mountains: Katunsky glacier, Yarlu valley, Akkem lake, Multinsky lakes, Krepkoe lake, Travel lakes, Belukha mountain, confluence of Argut and Katun, Uimon valley and many others.

Mountain spurs of different directions join in the area of ​​Multinsky lakes, which allows you to visit the valleys of different rivers in a short time and appreciate the beauty of their unique landscapes. The way to the Multinsky lakes – reserved places of Altai, through cedar and larch forests and alpine meadows. Although Strong Lake is separated from the Multinsky Lakes only by a spur of the ridge, it is located outside the Katunsky Reserve and is practically unexplored and, in terms of its beauty, is not nearly inferior to the Multinsky Lakes.

This is a little visited, wonderful place in Mult. The lake itself is located at an altitude of 2000 m, in a sparkling necklace of alpine lakes, flowing into it with huge 30-40 m waterfalls. Sheer cliffs surround the lake on three sides. The color of the water is turquoise.

Still across the spur from the Strong Lakes are the Traveling Lakes, striking in their harsh beauty and practically not visited by tourists. Sheer cliffs steeply dropping into the water, scree of black stones, mirror-like smoothness of icy mountain lakes and peaks all around create an unreal landscape striking in its originality.

The tourist complex in Ust-Koksa offers horseback riding, rafting on the Koksa River, and a bathhouse. Also, no one canceled fishing, mushroom picking and mountain tours. I remind you that traveling through the mountains requires good physical preparation. Special skills are not needed, but being in good shape is a must! You understand, this is not a walk on asphalt.

Voronezh, Russia

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