What is your home- town like? Козачёк Алла Ивановна, Учитель английского языка МБОУ СОШ 20 г. Владивостока. - презентация
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What is your home- town like? Козачёк Алла Ивановна, Учитель английского языка МБОУ СОШ 20 г. Владивостока
Russian stronghold outpost On July 2nd 1860 the first settlers landed here and established military post to defend Russia from its East side.
In 2012 Vladivostok became the place where the summit to be held of the countries involved in Asian-Pacific economical cooperation (APEC). Russian government assigned huge assets for the construction works The gate of Russia to Asian-Pacific countries.
Architecture As for Vladivostok architecture, there are eclectic styles; it seems to be incompatible in styles and traditions to cultures of West and East.
Vladivostok fortress is an unique masterpiece of military construction. 103 buildings are the monuments of great national importance. Still located in the centre of town forts, caponniers, underway tunnels, casemates, fortifications make great impressions on tourists.
Twelve orthodox churches embellish the town and suburbs by its gold domes. Besides this, there is The St. Paul Lutheran church, St. Madonna Polish Roman-Catholic church, Marfo-Mariinskaya women monastery, shrines and temples of other religious cults.
Abundance of Vladivostok educational centers impresses very much: 13 Universities, and several Moscow universities' branches, giving education to more than students.
Holidays Being in Primorskiy region center during maritime, military holidays and other entertainments becomes more interesting in comparison with working days.
Facing to nature Traveling by ecological routes tourists get knowledge of the won derful nature of Primorskiy region.
There are unlimited possibilities for fishing enthusiasts to try their fishing tackles or gears on the sea both in summer and winter. Fishing