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Nizhny Novgorod was founded in 1221 by Vladimir-Suzdal Prince Yuri Vsevolodovich as a border fortress. The city has preserved many unique monuments of history, architecture and culture, which gave UNESCO the basis to include Nizhny Novgorod in the list of

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Climate and ecology of Nizhny Novgorod

The climate in Nizhny Novgorod is not much different from the capital: the same cold snowy winter, a couple of weeks of hot summer. The first snow usually pleases Nizhny Novgorod in October, but

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Chkalovskaya Ladder

The Chkalov staircase is an interesting cultural object of Nizhny Novgorod. Beginning with the magnificent figure eight from the monument to Valery Chkalov, she walks down the carpet to the river where the Hero boat stands. The convenient

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Claustrophobia 

Claustrophobia is a quest in reality. Solve puzzles, find hiding places, use hints, all available things, get keys and open the door to victory!
Opening hours: daily, 9: 00–0: 00
Address: st. Semashko, 9A, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

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Art Festival “Bread edge”

Festival participants will get acquainted with the history, variety and recipes of craft bread, can enjoy the aroma and taste of warm, “live” bread, take part in master classes on sourdough bread, hear fascinating lectures on

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Holidays

In addition to the following official days, many businesses (but not restaurants, shops and museums) close for a week of bank holidays between 1 January and at least 8 January. Bank holidays are typically declared to merge national holidays

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