Lyskovo

The cradle of Russian trade. Lyskovo is situated in a picturesque place on the right-hand bank of the Volga 90 kilometers away from Nizhny Novgorod. It was first mentioned in the 14th century as a fortress on the Sundovik river built to protect the Russians against the Tatar raids. In the 17th century Lyskovo became…

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Bor

Bor Nizhny Novgorod Satelitte Вor on the picturesque left-hand bank of the Volga is only 19 kilometers far from Nizhny Novgorod. Bor was first mentioned in chronicles in the 13th century under the name of Vezlomskaya Sloboda, which was founded in the mouth of the Vezloma river. Later Kopytovskaya Sloboda and Nikolskaya Sloboda joined it.…

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Chkalovsk

The home town of Valery Chkalov, a grate Russian test-pilot. The roots of Chkalovsk go back to an old 15th century settlement — Vasileva Sloboda — this name was given to it to honour its founder Prince Vasily Yuriyevich, the son of Yuri Dolgorukiy. Today there are only two streets with a few nice wooden…

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Balakhna

The home town of Kuzma Minin The town of Balakhna, one of the oldest in Russia, was founded back in 1474 and has the status of a Historical Town of the Russian Federation. Balakhna is the home town of Russian patriot Kuzma Minin. At the beginning of the 17th century Kuzma Minin and Dmitry Pozharsky…

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