Map Samara Russia for Printing

Samara, located on the banks of the Volga River in southeastern Russia, is a city with a rich history and a variety of historic places, buildings, streets, and squares.

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Here is a detailed description of some of the notable ones:

  1. Kuibyshev Square (Kuibyshevskaya Ploshchad):
    • This is the central square of Samara, named after Valerian Kuibyshev, a prominent Soviet politician.
    • The square is surrounded by significant buildings, including the Samara Regional Duma and the Drama Theater.
    • It’s a popular gathering place for events, celebrations, and festivals.
  2. Samara State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre:
    • One of the city’s cultural landmarks, this theatre was built in the early 20th century and is an architectural masterpiece.
    • The building is adorned with intricate sculptures and reliefs, showcasing a blend of classical and Art Nouveau styles.
  3. Iversky Monastery:
    • Founded in the 19th century, the Iversky Monastery is a Russian Orthodox monastery located on the bank of the Volga River.
    • The architectural ensemble includes the Cathedral of the Iberian Icon of the Mother of God, a bell tower, and other religious buildings.
  4. Stalin’s Bunker:
    • Built during World War II as a secret command center for Joseph Stalin, this bunker is now a museum.
    • Visitors can explore the underground passages and rooms, gaining insight into the Soviet Union’s wartime operations.
  5. Chapaev Square (Chapaevskaya Ploshchad):
    • Named after the Red Army Commander Vasily Chapaev, this square is known for its monumental statue of Chapaev on horseback.
    • The square is surrounded by historic buildings and is a popular place for locals and tourists alike.
  6. Samara Embankment:
    • The Volga River embankment offers picturesque views of the river and the city skyline.
    • Strolling along the embankment, visitors can enjoy the beauty of the waterfront and the architectural landmarks on both sides.
  7. Samara Art Museum:
    • Housed in a beautiful mansion built in the early 20th century, the museum features an impressive collection of Russian and European art.
    • The building itself is a work of art, showcasing the architectural styles of the time.
  8. Leningradskaya Street:
    • This historic street is known for its well-preserved 19th-century architecture, including colorful merchant houses and mansions.
    • Leningradskaya Street is a charming place to take a leisurely stroll and soak in the atmosphere of old Samara.

These are just a few examples of the historic places, buildings, streets, and squares that contribute to the cultural and architectural richness of Samara. The city’s history, influenced by both pre-revolutionary and Soviet eras, is reflected in its diverse and fascinating landmarks.

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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