Church of the Transfiguration of the city. Here in the XVII century housed the main shopping area of Yaroslavl - that's why the name. The temple built by the townspeople and the magnificent frescoes painted - in 1693 co-operative of 22 artists painted the interior of the church in just seven weeks.
Comparing to Moscow and many other Russian cities, Saint-Petersburg is rather young. At the time when either Yaroslavl or Vladimir, either Moscow or Suzdal were in the centre of the Russian history, the area of present-day Petersburg was occupied by settlements of hunters, fishermen and farmers...
Neolithic (5-3 thousand years BC. E.) Occupied the area between the hunting and fishing tribes of the so-called culture of comb-ceramics. In the Yaroslavl region found hundreds of sites that era. At the beginning of the II millennium BC. e. (Bronze Age) from the Middle Dnieper here invaded pastoral tribes who conquered the Neolithic tribes and partially mingled with them, they got the name Fatyanovo, t
Yaroslavl is located at 57 Parallel, in 282 kilometers from Moscow in a picturesque location at the confluence of the Volga and Kotorosl. The population of Yaroslavl 613 thousand inhabitants (2003) Area Yaroslavl - 143 km2, the total length of roads in Yaroslavl - 611.4 kilometers. Yaroslavl major transport hub: Railway line (to Moscow, Vologda, Rybinsk, Kostroma, Kirov) and roads, river port, airport. Yaroslavl is a major industrial center. 10 universities.
Yaroslavl: Early Tuesday a blast in the residential area of Russia because of a Gas Explosion, 4 people were died and 9 people badly injured. These Gas Explosions are the daily Routines of the cities of Russia.
Иваново. is a city and the administrative center of Ivanovo Oblast, Russia, located 254 kilometers (158 mi) from Moscow and approximately 100 kilometers (62 mi) from Yaroslavl, Vladimir, and Kostroma. Population: 408,330 (2010 Census)
ВОЛГА.Volga – In headwaters within Valdai Hills Volga passes through small lakes Verkhit, Sterzh, Vselug, Peno and Volgо. In a source the dam was built from the lake Volga in 1843 for regulation of a drain of water and maintenance of navigable depths in межень. Volga begins at the height of 228 m, and its mouth is 28 m lower than ocean level.
Yaroslavl - the oldest existing cities on the Volga. Prince Yaroslav the Wise laid it in the period of the reign of Rostov (988 - 1010 years) in the wrong place at the confluence of the Volga and Kotorosli, where the settlement was located pagan Briar Patch. The first mention of Yaroslavl - caused by hunger, "the revolt of the Magi" in Rostov land - is dated 1071.
Romanov-Borisoglebsk (now Tutaev) originally located on one of the seven hills on the left bank of the Volga River / built in 1283 - according to other sources,1347 - fifth Uglich Prince, Roman Vladimirovich Holy, son of Prince Vladimir Konstantinovich