Any well-mannered and educated person is interested in the history and culture of their homeland. After all, there is no present and future without the past. Not remembering the lessons of the past, we are doomed to repeat mistakes. Therefore, it is necessary to learn as much as possible about the history and traditions of the Fatherland even from school. In this, fiction and scientific books, historical and documentary fictions will be excellent helpers, but a trip to historical places will tell the most about the culture of Russia.
Such a trip will interest not only Russians, but also foreigners, After all, Russian culture is a unique phenomenon that requires deep immersion and detailed study. Photo tourism in the cities of Russia will help to give your travel a special mood, as well as to give unforgettable emotions.
One of the first cities to which you should pay attention is Tula. The foundation of Tula dates back to 1146 (although some scholars are inclined to believe that the first reliable and accurate mention of it dates back to 1382). There are many other ancient cities in the Tula region, for example, Belev (1147), Aleksin (1236), Odoev (second half of the 14th century).
The Tula region itself was formed in 1937 and represented , a developed region. The Tula region is an ideal place for tourists. Thanks to the developed infrastructure, you can easily find a good and at the same time not too expensive hotel. But most importantly, your photo tour of the cities of the Tula region will bring brilliant results.
You can take wonderful photos in the city of Suvorov, Tula region, during your vacation. And also combine business with pleasure. Not far from it is the Krainka mud resort. Then you can get a lot of impressions and photos in the city of Efremov, Tula region, where you should definitely look into the well-known temple of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God and the holy spring near it. Photos of the Tula region always turn out to be special: after all, every tree, every stream keeps a piece of history. And thanks to museums, you will not only see, but also hear many new facts about Russian history. Museum of the Battle of Kulikovo (Kulikovo Field), Museum-Estate of the Artist Polenov (Polenovo), Palace and Park Ensemble of the Bobinsky Estate (Bogoroditsk) and, of course, Yasnaya Polina, where the great Russian squeaker, Lev Nikolaevich Tolstoy lived. A very interesting conclusion of a trip to the Tula region will be a trip to Novomoskovsk. In addition to taking wonderful photos of Novomoskovsk, Tula region, you can visit the Novomoskovsk Historical and Art Museum.