The Russian Federation, the world’s largest country, is home to unique history. It has the longest river and the deepest lake in Europe, Volge and Baikal. It has several attractions, including monuments, parks, and museums.
The Winter Palace is an iconic and eccentric building in St. Petersburg with a fascinating interior and some of the parts of this Palace can be visited by travelers. The State Hermitage Museum is housed inside the Winter Palace.
Visit Kremlin in Moscow to view unique artefacts and learn about Russian history. Visit Bunker 42, and it would be a whole new experience to walk through the maze of tunnels. The Kizhi Island on Lake Onega is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This Island is a beautiful site with wooden architecture. Moreover, Russians speak more than 100 minority languages and own domesticated Siberian foxes as well.