Nature in Russia

 the beauty of nature in Russia

Russia 

Russia is one of the most beautiful countries in terms of nature around the world, but it is not known to many people because of the problems and political conditions that have suffered from it for many years, and there is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, which is Lake Baikal, according to the vote of visitors and tourists who visit it every year. This article will enumerate some of nature's famous landmarks.

Nature in Russia 
Mount Elbrus
 It is a dormant volcano located in Russia, and it is part of the Caucasus mountain range that is located close to the Georgian border, and this mountain is characterized by two peaks of two separate volcanoes, in addition to their dormancy and no eruption at all.

Although some people are skeptical about the borders between Asia and Europe, the vast majority of state authorities report that the Elbrus is located in Europe, and this mountain is about 40 miles (65 km) from the city of Kislovodsk and is characterized by its summit covered with ice throughout the year. Mount Elbrus was declared one of the Seven Wonders of Nature in Russia on June 11, 2014.

Lake Baikal 
It is a lake located in the southern region of Russian Siberia, and it is a rift lake formed as a result of wrong transformations, and these lakes are often deep and surrounded by tall mountains. Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world, it contains the largest water level, and its water is drinkable fresh.

Valley of the hot spring
It is a valley full of hot springs located on the eastern part of Russia, and although a large part of this source was destroyed by mudslides, it is still considered the second-largest valley in the world, because there are still some active sources so far. These areas are surrounded by hills and mountains with picturesque scenery, which makes them the focus of attention and visitors from all over the world.

Klyuchhevskaya Sobka
 It is a stratovolcano located on the Kamchatka Peninsula, and it is linked to the Kamchatka volcanoes chain, which is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it is considered the highest active volcano in Eurasia.

Volga River 
It is a river located in Russia and belongs to a closed basin of the Caspian Sea, and the source of the river starts from the Valdai Hills, and winds through Russia to pour into the Caspian Sea. This river has cultural significance for Russia, as it is often mentioned in literature and folk tales under the name of Mother Volga, and it is considered the longest river in Europe.

 Note: There are many picturesque natural areas in Russia, such as the pillars of Lina Rock and other areas.

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