Travel Snapshots: Vladimir, the capital of white stone architecture

Although Vladimir’s architectural monuments are well kept, most of its citizens live in ramshackle houses that were built as far back as the end of the 19th century.

Although Vladimir’s architectural monuments are well kept, most of its citizens live in ramshackle houses that were built as far back as the end of the 19th century.

Nikolay Korolyoff
Vladimir, the ancient capital of northeastern Rus, is located 176 km to the east of Moscow, on the shores of the Klyazma River, it was founded by Vladimir Monomakh, the first Russian tsar, in 1108
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