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Novosibirsk. Siberia. 2018

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10 Best Places to Visit in Russia

► Please Remember to Subscribe! ► ► Follow me on Twitter: ► Facebook: ----------------------------------------­----- 10 Best Places to Visit in Russia. Russia, once the largest and most powerful member of the former USSR, nonetheless remains a fascinating country to visit. It is a country of contrasts, from great subtropical beaches to bitterly cold winter regions in the north. The east may have fewer people, but its lovely cities are among the most popular places to visit in Russia and can hold their own against the west. Russia is steeped in history everywhere a traveler goes, from vicious battles to great classical music and literature. And almost everywhere visitors can see examples of magnificent art, not only in museums but also in its churches. 10. Yekaterinburg 9. Sochi 8. Veliky Novgorod 7. Vladivostok 6. Nizhny Novgorod 5. Irkutsk 4. Kazan 3. Golden Ring 2. Saint Petersburg 1. Moscow ----------------------------------------­----- Music: NCS ----------------------------------------­----- Thanks for watching!

Dünyanın en güzel tren yolculuğu - BBC TÜRKÇE

Norveç'in batısında, UNESCO korumasındaki Aurlandsfjord ile Flam kasabası arasındaki hat, hattı dünyanın en güzel tren hatlarından biri sayılıyor. Fiyordlardan başlayıp dağların arasından geçen bu tren hattı, geçen yaz tarihinin en kalabalık sezonlarından birini geçirdi. 865 metreye çıkan 20 kilometrelik tren hattı, aynı zamanda dünyanın en dik tren hatlarından biri. BBC de bu trenle yolculuk etti...

Can Astronauts Return to Earth Without Russia?

The crisis in Ukraine is causing some tension between the United States and Russia. If Russia decided that they don't want to bring American astronauts on the International Space Station back to Earth, are they stranded? Trace breaks down a few alternate ways we could bring astronauts back home. Read More: What Happens If Russia Refuses To Fly U.S. Astronauts? "With tensions escalating between Russia and Ukraine, the pressure is on President Obama to do more than issue stern warnings to the Russian government." Russian Cosmonaut Returns After Being Stranded In Space "Cosmonaut 3rd Class Sergei Krikalev, stuck in a space station as an orbiting hostage to budget problems on the ground in Russia, returned on Wednesday to a bewilderingly different country than he left 10 months ago." Astronaut Rescue Cocoon Apollo-Soyu Test Project "The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP), in July 1975, was the first joint U.S.-Soviet space flight, and the last flight of an Apollo spacecraft." Shuttle-Mir Program "The Shuttle-Mir Program was a collaborative space program between Russia and the United States, which involved American Space Shuttles visiting the Russian space station Mir, Russian cosmonauts flying on the shuttle, and an American astronaut flying aboard a Soyuz spacecraft to engage in long-duration expeditions aboard Mir." Watch More: What Astronauts Eat in Space TestTube Wild Card Book a Trip to Space ____________________ DNews is dedicated to satisfying your curiosity and to bringing you mind-bending stories & perspectives you won't find anywhere else! New videos twice daily. Watch More DNews on TestTube Subscribe now! DNews on Twitter Anthony Carboni on Twitter Laci Green on Twitter Trace Dominguez on Twitter DNews on Facebook DNews on Google+ Discovery News

Ciudad de Ekaterimburgo - Rusia 2018

Ekaterimburgo es un lugar místico. Creció de la nada a partir de un pueblo de mineros para convertirse en la tercera ciudad más importante de Rusia. Ekaterimburgo fue un territorio cerrado durante varias décadas, pero hoy en día se ha transformado en una metrópoli llena de misterios que parece vivir en varias dimensiones a la vez. Edificios ultramodernos junto a edificios de los siglos XVIII y XIX, así como de la época soviética. Si das unos cuantos pasos en una dirección distinta, en lugar de un barrio de una ciudad moderna, puedes encontrarte a principios del siglo XX, paseando por una antigua calle llena de edificios prerrevolucionarios. La ciudad es un importante centro industrial y una estación principal del Transiberiano. El primer emperador de Rusia, Pedro I, fundó la ciudad en 1723 como una fábrica-fortaleza situada junto al río Iset y esta acabó siendo el último lugar en el que vivió el último emperador, Nicolás II. Durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, más de 50 empresas fueron evacuadas a Ekaterimburgo, así como la colección del Museo Estatal del Hermitage y el Teatro del Arte Chéjov de Moscú. En este periodo, el radiotransmisor más potente del país se encontraba en Ekaterimburgo. Ekaterimburgo, Екатеринбург,​ es una ciudad ubicada en el centro-oeste de Rusia, capital del óblast de Sverdlovsk y del distrito federal del Ural. Con 1 650 136 habs. en 2010 es la cuarta más poblada del país, por detrás de Moscú, San Petersburgo y Novosibirsk. Se encuentra situada en la parte oriental de la cordillera de los Urales, por lo tanto, en el sector asiático de Rusia. Es el centro administrativo, industrial, cultural, científico y educativo de la región. La Academia de las Ciencias de Rusia tiene en Ekaterimburgo la sede de su rama de los Urales y cuenta con varias instituciones científicas y educativas como la Universidad Técnica Estatal de los Urales. La ciudad dispone del Aeropuerto Internacional de Ekaterimburgo-Koltsovo y un sistema de metro inaugurado en 1991. También es una importante parada del ferrocarril Transiberiano. En Ekaterimburgo se encuentra la Comandancia del Distrito Militar Volga-Urales de las Fuerzas Terrestres de Rusia.

Ekaterinburg or Yekaterinburg is the fourth largest city in Russia. The city was founded in 1723 by the order of Peter the Great. It was named after the wife of Peter the Great, Yekaterina. In 1918, the last czar family was imprisoned, and later executed, in a house in Yekaterinburg which was later demolished. Between 1924 and 1991, the town was known as Sverdlovsk named after Communist party leader Yakov Sverdlov.


The city lies along the Iset River, which is a tributary of the Tobol River, and on the eastern slope of the Ural Mountains, slightly east of the border between Europe and Asia. The city has a total area of 495 square kilometers

Yekaterinburg is the third largest transport hub of Russia. The city has 6 federal highways, 7 main railway lines, and an international airport. Yekaterinburg is an important railway junction, with lines radiating from it to all parts of the Urals and the rest of Russia.

Yekaterinburg is a major center for the Russian tourist industry. In 2015, the city was one of the top five most visited Russian cities. Most tourists go to bow to the memory of the last Russian emperor and his family.

With a population of 1.4 million people, Yekaterinburg is the 4th most populous city in Russia. Christianity is the predominant religion in the city, of which most are adherents to the Russian Orthodox Church. Other religions practiced in Yekaterinburg include Islam, Old Believers, Catholicism. Yekaterinburg has a large percentage of Muslims, but the community suffers from a lack of mosques in the city: with there are only 2 small mosques.

Yekaterinburg is one of the major industrial centres of Russia, especially for heavy engineering. The Uralmash produces heavy machinery . Engineering products manufactured in the city include metallurgical and chemical machinery, turbines, diesels, and ball bearings. During the Soviet period the city was a major centre of biological and chemical warfare research and development. During the Soviet Era, Sverdlovsk was turned into an industrial and administrative powerhouse that played a part in the Soviet Union's economy. Some of the tallest buildings in Russia are located in the city.

Yekaterinburg is also a leading sports center in Russia. Yekaterinburg has a total of 1728 sports facilities, including 16 stadiums, 440 indoor gyms and 45 swimming pools. In 2018, Yekaterinburg is one of the 11 Russian cities that will host the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The matches will be played on the upgraded Central Stadium.

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