Khakassia is a find for the traveler. It has everything: amazingly beautiful nature, ancient culture, famous and not so sights. The Minusinsk Basin, in which most of the Republic of Khakassia is located, is the richest archaeological site on earth. This is not anywhere in the world!
The first thing a traveler sees when arriving in Khakassia is the capital of the republic, the city of Abakan. Continue reading
Karelia is the oldest land, shrouded in amazing legends, lying between two lakes Ladoga and Onega, as well as the Baltic and White Seas. Here, in incredible ways, pagan seids on the bodies, petroglyphs of Besov Nose, labyrinths of the Solovetsky archipelago and historical and architectural monuments are incredibly adjacent. Marcial Waters, Kivach, Valaam, Water Lakes – all this is Karelia.
Karelia is famous for its blue lakes (over 60,000), pine forests, very diverse flora and fauna. Continue reading