DWG Map Vladimir Russia

Vladimir, Russia is a historic city located in the Vladimir Oblast region, about 190 kilometers to the east of Moscow. While the city itself is known for its rich history and architectural heritage, there are also several nature parks and natural attractions in the surrounding area that offer opportunities for outdoor recreation and exploration. Here are some of the nature parks and their descriptions in the Vladimir region:

  1. Golden Ring of Russia: The Vladimir region is a part of the famous Golden Ring of Russia, a group of historic cities and towns known for their cultural and architectural significance. While not a nature park in the traditional sense, the Golden Ring offers a glimpse into Russia’s historical and cultural past, with many well-preserved churches, monasteries, and ancient structures set amidst scenic landscapes.
  2. Suzdal: Suzdal, a town near Vladimir, is often considered an open-air museum due to its picturesque wooden architecture, historic churches, and beautiful landscapes along the Kamenka River. The town is surrounded by meadows and rolling hills, making it a charming destination for nature enthusiasts.
  3. Vladimir-Suzdal Historical and Architectural Museum-Reserve: This museum-reserve encompasses a vast area, including parts of Vladimir and Suzdal. It features numerous historical buildings, monasteries, and churches, some of which are set in lovely natural surroundings.
  4. Bogolyubovo: This small town, located near Vladimir, is known for the Bogolyubovo Convent of the Intercession, a beautiful monastery with a stunning backdrop of the Kamenka River and the surrounding forests. It’s an excellent place to explore both historical and natural beauty.
  5. Teletskoe Lake: Teletskoe Lake is a picturesque lake located to the south of Vladimir, although it’s a bit farther away. It is situated within the Altai Mountains and is known for its crystal-clear waters, mountainous landscapes, and opportunities for boating, fishing, and hiking.
  6. Alexandrovskaya Sloboda: This is a historic and architectural complex located near Vladimir, where you can explore traditional Russian wooden houses and churches set within a tranquil natural environment.

While the Vladimir region is more renowned for its historical and cultural attractions, the surrounding nature and landscapes are an integral part of the area’s charm. Visitors can enjoy the scenic beauty and outdoor activities that these natural sites offer while exploring the rich history and culture of the region.

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.
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kirill-shrayber-0b839325/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/vectormapper

Are we missing some maps? Let us know!!!
What map do you need?

    We will upload it within the next 24 hours and notify you by Email.