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the city Staraya ( Old ) Ladoga not far from Saint Petersburg. First buildings around 750 у.

the city Staraya ( Old ) Ladoga not far from Saint Petersburg. First buildings around 750 у.

the city Staraya ( Old ) Ladoga not far from Saint Petersburg. First buildings around 750 у.

the city Staraya ( Old ) Ladoga not far from Saint Petersburg. First buildings around 750 у.

Старая Ладога в 1833 г., Заболоцкий, Русский музей

Старая Ладога в 1833 г., Заболоцкий, Русский музей

Staraya Ladoga on the Volkhov River, 15 kilometers from Lake Ladoga, perhaps, is the oldest city in Russia and could serve as a "trading gate" on the road from the Varangians to the Greeks. She first mentioned in chronicles in connection with calling on Russia Varangian Rurik and his brothers: "And the city of Ladoga srubisha about eating the oldest in the Ladoga Rurik." According to legend, there lies Oleg the Wise. Now, with Oleg's mound stunning views all around.

Staraya Ladoga on the Volkhov River, 15 kilometers from Lake Ladoga, perhaps, is the oldest city in Russia and could serve as a "trading gate" on the road from the Varangians to the Greeks. She first mentioned in chronicles in connection with calling on Russia Varangian Rurik and his brothers: "And the city of Ladoga srubisha about eating the oldest in the Ladoga Rurik." According to legend, there lies Oleg the Wise. Now, with Oleg's mound stunning views all around.

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Triumphal Arch on the General Staff Building, Saint Petersburg

Triumphal Arch on the General Staff Building, Saint Petersburg

Nicholas Roerich (1874-1947)  "Ancient russians at Dnieper", 1905

Nicholas Roerich (1874-1947) "Ancient russians at Dnieper", 1905

City of Old Ladoga

City of Old Ladoga

The modern name of the city arose after the construction of the bypass channel Ladoga: by decree of Peter I had created a settlement at the confluence of the River Volkhov to Lake Ladoga, called Novaya Ladoga, and the former became the "old". The oldest masonry fort dates back to the beginning of the XII century, and possibly to earlier times. In 1164 the strengthening of already opposed the Swedish fleet of 55 ships.

The modern name of the city arose after the construction of the bypass channel Ladoga: by decree of Peter I had created a settlement at the confluence of the River Volkhov to Lake Ladoga, called Novaya Ladoga, and the former became the "old". The oldest masonry fort dates back to the beginning of the XII century, and possibly to earlier times. In 1164 the strengthening of already opposed the Swedish fleet of 55 ships.

Saint Petersburg, Russia

Saint Petersburg, Russia

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