The Yusupov Palace is a palace located in the town of Koreiz, near Yalta in Crimea.
Count Nikolay Semyonovich Mordvinov was one of the most reputable Russian political thinkers of Alexander I's reign.
The Sochi Autodrom, previously known as the Sochi International Street Circuit and the Sochi Olympic Park Circuit, is a 5.848 km Formula…
Rostov State Musical Theater is one of the biggest musical theaters in Southern Russia.
The Ascension Cathedral is a Russian Orthodox church in Novocherkassk, Rostov Oblast, Russia.
This is Sochi's branch of the world's first Olympic university aiming to provide outstanding education on the field of sport.
The Bell of Chersonesos, located close to the ruins of Chersonesos Taurica, Crimea, is the symbol of Chersonesos and one of the main sights…
V.I. Vernadsky Taurida National University is a public, coeducational university currently located in Kyiv.
The Laspi Pass is the highest point of the Sevastopol-Yalta highway in the Crimea along the former route H19 renamed as 67K-1.
Kuban State Medical University is one of the oldest medical schools in Russia.
The Gayrabetov Mansion is a building in Rostov-on-Don, located on Liberty Square. The house was built in 1880.
Saint Hripsime Church, is a working Armenian church located in Yalta on the Crimean peninsula and completed in 1917.It is modeled after a…
The Powder Cellar Museum is a museum in the city of Azov, Rostov Oblast, Russia.
Yalta Hotel Complex is a hotel in Yalta, set in Massandra park on the Black Sea coast. It is one of the major tourist centers in Crimea.