Pictures from Central Russia.
Note: some cities had different names in the Soviet Union. For example
the city Vytka was renamed in the Soviet era to Kirov (after the Communist
leader Sergei Kirov), but now it keeps its historical name Vyatka.
Administrative map of Central and South parts of Russia from the PCL collection, Un. of Texas
at Austin (GIF file, 40 kb).
The alphabetic list of cities and places in Central Russia:
Nizhni Novgorod (Gorkii)
Virtual tours along cities and places in Central Russia.
You can find more information about
on the Web by going to the server in N.Novgorod (Russia)
maintained by Sergey Gorokhov (firstname.lastname@example.org)
(Note: sometimes making a connection to a server in Russia is slow
or impossible. If your attempt failed, try later again !)
If you know a hyper-link to a relevant site with photos not mentioned
here, please inform !
More information about
Russia and the Former USSR.
If you would like to see more pictures
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Last update: March 11, 1998