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  2. Krasnogorodsky Orphanage, Pskov Region. The Krasnogorodsky Orphanage, established in 1988, currently houses 103 children between the ages of 6 and 20 with various health issues. The city center of Pskov is located almost 160 kilometers from the orphanage.

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  4. Pskov regional Branch of Russian Children's Foundation (RCF). Its address is Jan Fabritsyus Street, 2a office 209, 180017 Pskov, Russia. Tel/fax: +7 (8112) 73-58-81. E-mail:, Web-site: ngo.pskov/df. Pskov Regional Branch of Russian Children's Foundation is a non-governmental non-profit public charitable organization founded in ...

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    The territory of the Pskov region was originally inhabited by Balt and Finno-Ugric tribes. The first Slavs - Pskov Krivichi - appeared here in the 6th century. It was one of the first areas in Russia populated by the Slavs. The first mention of Pskov dates back to 903 (“The Tale of Bygone Years”, Laurentian Chronicle), Izborsk - 862 (“The Tale of Bygone Years”). In the 10th - the beginning of the 12th centuries, the Pskov region was part of the Old Russian state. Until the 12th century, Pskov recognized the primacy of the prince of Kiev. The rise of Novgorod, the second center of the country that represented the policy of Kiev in the North West, led to the inclusion of Pskov in the Novgorod land. This territory was not conquered by the Mongols, which helped to preserve a large number of monuments of the 13th-15th centuries. In 1348, Pskov became the capital of an independent Pskov Veche Republic. In 1510, Pskov Republic was abolished and its territory was annexed to the Grand Duchy...

    Pskov region is located in the north-west of the Russian Plain. This land is rich in lakes (more than 3,000), small and large rivers that are favorable for fishing and water tourism. Most of the lakes are located in the southern part of the region. Lake Peipus (Pskovsko-Chudskoye), located on the border between Estonia and Russia, is the fifth largest in Europe. It is the only oblast in Russia that borders with three countries (Belarus, Latvia, Estonia). The largest cities and towns are Pskov (207,500), Velikie Luki (94,000), Ostrov (20,700), Nevel (15,200). The climate is transitional from temperate maritime to temperate continental, with mild winters and warm summers. The average temperature in February is minus 7.3 degrees Celsius, in July - plus 19.1 degrees Celsius. The federal highways M9 (Moscow - Rzhev - Velikiye Luki - Riga) and M20 (St. Petersburg - Pskov - Nevel - Vitebsk) pass through the territory of the region. Pskov oblast has such natural resources as limestone, sand...

    Ancient churches and fortresses, nobility estates and parks, picturesque settlements and cozy towns with unique cultural traditions, forests and lowlands inhabited by animals and birds, archaeological treasures and modern authors works - all these things mean Pskov land and its culture. Pskov is one of the most ancient towns of Russia. There are more than 370 monuments of federal importance, 3,500 monuments of local importance on the territory of the region. Pskov takes one of the leading places in Europe in the number of architectural and archaeological monuments. The most important tourism centers are Pskov, Pechora, Pushkin Mountains, Izborsk, Velikie Luki, Gdov, Sebezh, Porkhov. Travelers are attracted by ancient fortresses in Pskov, Izborsk, Porkhov, Gdov, Velikie Luki. Pilgrims come to the Pskov-Caves Monastery, Nikandrov deserts, Krypetsky Monastery, Spaso-Kazansky Simansky Monastery. The frescoes of the Transfiguration Cathedral of Mirozhsky Monastery are included in the UNE...

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    For Russia, the Pskov Republic was a bridge towards Europe; for Europe, it was a western outpost of Russia. Already in the 13th century German merchants were present in Zapskovye area of Pskov and the Hanseatic League had a trading post in the same area in the first half of 16th century which moved to Zavelichye after a fire in 1562.

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  6. Jul 07, 2019 · This group of monuments is located in the historic city of Pskov, on the banks of the Velikaya River in the northwest of Russia. Characteristics of these buildings, produced by the Pskov School of Architecture, include cubic volumes, domes, porches and belfries, with the oldest elements dating back to the 12th century.

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