Russia, a country that spans a wide area of Eastern Europe and North Asia. The capital of Russia is Moscow.
Russia can be divided into three major geographical regions: European Russia, which consists of areas west of the Ural Mountains, and Siberia, which extends from the Urals to the east to the Pacific Ocean. The Russian Far East (or the Russian Far East), including Antarctica and the Pacific. Most of the country is north of latitude 50 ° N and a considerable part north of the Arctic Circle. Therefore, it is climatically and relatively seen essentially in temperate and Polar Regions. However, due to its size, Russia has a large number of biological populations, including grasslands in the south, deserts in Central Asia, taiga in the Arctic and tundra in the Polar Regions.
On political map, you can see the capital, major cities, districts and main roads.
From trekking through ice-covered slopes to strolling along the coast of the oldest lake on earth, Russia offers a wide range of travel experiences. There are numerous historical monuments and cultural events in the country's major cities. The classic Siberian railway runs from Moscow to Vladivostok, a city near the Russian border with China and North Korea. Elbrus Peak is located in the Caucasus in southern Russia. At 5,642 meters (18,510 feet) above sea level, Elbrus is one of the seven peaks and the highest peak on each of the seven continents of the world, which attracts experienced climbers and beginners. Russia's oldest city, St. Sophia Cathedral, is in the city's Kremlin. Many travelers on the Trans-Siberian Railway are planning a stopover at Lake Baikal, the deepest and oldest lake on earth. Lake Baikal has around 20% of the world's fresh water. This 25 million year old lake in Siberia is surrounded by mountains.