CorelDraw Map Pskov Russia

Pskov is a historic city located in the northwestern part of Russia, near the border with Estonia and Latvia. The city is known for its rich history, architectural heritage, and picturesque landscapes. Pskov is divided into several districts and neighborhoods, each with its own unique characteristics. Here’s a brief overview of some of them:

  1. City Center (Central District):
    • The heart of Pskov, this district is home to many historical and cultural landmarks. The Pskov Kremlin, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located here. It includes the Trinity Cathedral and the Krom (fortress).
    • This area is characterized by well-preserved medieval architecture, cobblestone streets, and charming old buildings.
    • You’ll find various museums, galleries, and restaurants offering traditional Russian cuisine.
  2. Zavelichye District:
    • Located on the opposite bank of the Velikaya River from the city center, Zavelichye is known for its wooden architecture, including traditional Russian wooden houses and churches.
    • The Pskov Caves Monastery, a historic Orthodox monastery, is a notable attraction in this district.
  3. Dovmontov Gorodok:
    • This is a district with a focus on the legendary Prince Dovmont, a historical figure in Pskov’s past.
    • You can explore the Dovmontov Gorodok, a reconstructed wooden fortress, and learn about the history of the city.
  4. Mikhaylovskoye Village:
    • Located just outside Pskov, Mikhaylovskoye is famous for being the birthplace of the renowned Russian poet Alexander Pushkin. You can visit his family estate, which is now a museum.
  5. Krasnoe Selo District:
    • This district offers a more modern atmosphere with residential areas, schools, and shopping centers.
  6. Pskovskaya Gora (Pskov Hill):
    • Pskov Hill is a higher elevation area with a scenic view of the city and the surrounding countryside. It’s a popular spot for hiking and picnics.
  7. Novye Rozhdestveno:
    • A residential area with schools and parks, this neighborhood provides a quieter and more suburban environment.

Pskov’s districts and neighborhoods offer a diverse range of experiences, from exploring its historic and cultural treasures in the city center to enjoying the tranquility of the suburban areas. The city’s rich history and natural beauty make it a captivating destination for both tourists and residents.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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