Around Russia's Waterwaysby Mr. Kenneth M. Holtzclaw Bsci
Some included are Volga, Rybinsk, Sheksna,
Because the title of this book denotes waterways of Russia, it is inherent that the text envelopes around that theme. Within the story related, transverse trajectories of some of the extensive waterways of Russia, including rivers, reservoirs, canals, and lakes, are passed over by the river cruise-boat named Bauman.
Some included are Volga, Rybinsk, Sheksna, Kouzha, and Svir Rivers, as well as Rybinsk Reservoir, Moscow-Volga Canal, White Lake, Onega Lake, and Lake Ladoga, all within the confines of Russia.
The cruise on the Bauman enlightened members with much of the geography of Russia's waterways, bringing them into close proximity with towns, monasteries, churches and other important sights along the way, encouraging meandering and contemplation. Preceding the water cruise Moscow City was explored and near the end of the cruise Helsinki, Finland. It all made for an exciting and rewarding journey.
This book goes into detail on many of the sights explored, especially the exciting towns, churches, and waterways that were explored. However, the book should be especially rewarding to anyone interested in the city of Helsinki, Moscow and St. Petersburg, where special emphases has been placed.
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