Hotel Pleshanov's Manor

Address: Leninskaya 34, Yaroslavl, Central Russia, 152155,, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Leninskaya 34, Yaroslavl.
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Travel Blogs from Yaroslavl

Day 5, Yaroslavl

A travel blog entry by msleanne on Oct 16, 2014

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... The walking tours were kept to a minimum due to the freezing temperatures, but we still got to see some really lovely things. We got to see the inside of the Dormition Cathedral and also have a tour of the Governors Palace. The palace was an interesting experience as we had a wonderful tour guide who wore period clothing and explained about the different rooms. We were also treated to a classical concert and some dancing. At ...

You don't have to go far away to enjoy travelling

A travel blog entry by travelhamster on Aug 11, 2013

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... 1086;k 5;о лечен 80;я, где люди остан 72;влива& #1102;тся после разли 95;ных опера 94;ий, а также это - ...


A travel blog entry by ramblerrose on Jun 10, 2013

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... 16 floors each. Found a little souvenir market right by the hotel.
Today we took the Metro to Red Square and the Kremlin. It's quite impressive.

Tomorrow (June 12) is the Russian Independance Day which meant that Red Square was blocked off as they set up for the festivities with tents, etc. Holidays in foreign countries are not so great when you ...

1003rd birthday celebrations for this city.

A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40 on May 25, 2013

1 comment, 12 photos

... the city. Among his accomplishments were the founding of a court of law (Yaroslav's Court) with the first legal code in the East Slavic lands (Yaroslav's Justice). He forged alliances with Scandinavia through his marriage to the daughter of the King of Sweden. He retook Rus lands from the Poles then forged alliances with that country through the marriage of his sister to the Polish king.

900-900-900 the last bit of Moscow touring

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 12, 2013

... to lay out wooden slats and grids and then the buildings were slowly pushed back enough to make the street about twice as wide as it had been. In some cases, apartment buildings and homes were pushed back only a few meters. A few buildings were moved back as much as thirty meters. She also had some great photos of this process. Interestingly, the people living in the ...

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