DWG Map Smolensk Russia

Smolensk, a city located in western Russia, is surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes and offers several nature parks and reserves for visitors to explore. Here are some of the notable nature parks and their descriptions in the Smolensk region:

  1. Smolensk Lakeland National Park:
    • This national park is located in the northwestern part of the Smolensk region and is known for its picturesque lakes and forests.
    • It covers an area of approximately 660 square kilometers and is home to various species of flora and fauna.
    • Visitors can enjoy activities like hiking, birdwatching, and camping while taking in the serene natural surroundings.
  2. Bryansk Forest Nature Reserve:
    • While not located within Smolensk itself, this nature reserve is in close proximity, in the neighboring Bryansk region.
    • Bryansk Forest is famous for its ancient forests, diverse wildlife, and numerous rivers and lakes.
    • The reserve is a great place for hiking, birdwatching, and wildlife observation.
  3. Dnieper-Sozh Nature Park:
    • Situated to the south of Smolensk, this nature park encompasses the scenic banks of the Dnieper and Sozh rivers.
    • The park features a range of landscapes, including wetlands, meadows, and forests, making it a haven for both nature enthusiasts and outdoor adventurers.
    • Canoeing, fishing, and exploring the riverbanks are popular activities here.
  4. Ugra National Park:
    • Ugra National Park is located in the southern part of the Smolensk region and is known for its historical significance and natural beauty.
    • The park includes the Ugra River, which played a pivotal role in the Battle of Kulikovo, a significant event in Russian history.
    • Visitors can explore the park’s historical sites, as well as enjoy hiking, picnicking, and wildlife observation.
  5. Smolensk Kurgan Nature Reserve:
    • This nature reserve is situated near the city of Smolensk and is characterized by its hilly terrain and diverse ecosystems.
    • The reserve is home to several plant and animal species, making it a great place for nature enthusiasts and photographers.
    • Hiking and exploring the unique landscape of kurgans (hills) are popular activities here.

These nature parks and reserves in the Smolensk region offer a variety of outdoor activities and opportunities to connect with the natural beauty and history of the area. Whether you’re interested in hiking, birdwatching, or simply enjoying the tranquility of the Russian countryside, you can find something to suit your preferences in and around Smolensk.

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