Some parts of the world are considered of great interest, many others, especially because of the publicity with which the first count and other reasons. Among the second group is Russia, a country with many peculiarities. The Russian Federation is the largest state of the entire planet, is on two continents and has the world’s longest border, bordering 14 nations.
One of the most interesting cities in the country is Archangel, located on the banks of Northern Dvina River in northern European Russia. The first inhabitants were, in the twelfth century, monks from the monastery of “San Miguel Archangel,” but was officially founded in 1584 by Ivan IV of Russia under the name of Novojolmogori , which was changed in honor of the saint.
Archangel is a beautiful city from all points of view and full of culture. One of the most beautiful of it is its architecture, which combines many styles, including the typical small Russian wooden buildings, especially in street -Luchinskiy Chumbarov and modern skyscrapers, like the sky-scraper call of 24 floors.
Also, Archangel is the center of Russian culture, with many museums, including the Artistry Culture of the Russian North in which you can find objects in the pre-history that is part of the World Heritage of Unesco or Malye Korely” Museum, 25 kilometres of which boasts more than 200 monuments made of very old wood.
Archangel is ideal for those who want or extreme water sports, since it has 70,000 rivers of various sizes and 200 lakes where them. They can fish species torn lining in other parts of the planet, or rafting, kayaking, among others.
The city has been always very important at business because before the construction of the port of St. Petersburg, was the largest in the country. The main street for shopping is Pomorskaya , the favorite of local boutiques great offers or the Plaza, Friendship Square of Nations.
In addition, Archangel has several shopping centers where you can find all fashion products. The best are the Arbat Shopping Centre, the Square Shoping Centre, the Panorama Shopping Centre or Passazh Troitsky , a passage into a mall.