Siberia, Russia

Siberia, Russia

Asia
Siberia is a large landscape in northern Asia. It covers most of the Asian territory of Russia, as well as the north of Kazakhstan. It lies between the Urals in the west and the Pacific in the east, between the Arctic Ocean in the north and the Kazakh threshold as well as the mountain range on the borders with Mongolia and China in the south. Siberia is around 16 million km² and therefore larger than Europe. However, it only has about 33 million residents. Its north-south extension is around 3500 km, the extension from west to east about 7000 km. The relief of Siberia is divided into the large units of West Siberian Lowlands, Central Siberian Mountains, North Siberian Lowlands and North Siberian Mountains. The climate is continental with extremely…
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SIGHTS OF ST. PETERSBURG

SIGHTS OF ST. PETERSBURG

Europe
It took 40 years to build St. Isaac's Church, which is also rooted in the Finnish saying. Palace Square and Winter Palace The heart of St. Petersburg is Palace Square, built to express the power of tsarist rule. The square is dominated by the Winter Palace, completed in 1762, which served as the official residence of the Russian tsarist family until the 1917 revolution. Today, the Winter Palace is part of the Hermitage Art Museum, which is a must-visit for every visitor to St. Petersburg. Opposite the Winter Palace are two yellow-and-white buildings, the General Staff and the Ministries, between which is the Arc de Triomphe celebrating Russia’s victory over Napoleon. In the center of the square, on the other hand, rises the 47-meter Alexander's Column, which is also dedicated…
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