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10 Russian landmarks, which are not inferior to foreign analogues

Russia is a transcontinental country, covering much of eastern and north-eastern Europe and the whole of northern Asia. With such a vast area of territory, Russia boasts numerous landmarks, some of which are copies of world’s most famous sights.

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The volcano Fuji, Japan – Koryak Volcano, Kamchatka

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Canals of Amsterdam, Netherlands – Canals of St Petersburg

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Plitvice Lakes, Croatia – Kyafar Lake, the Caucasus

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Haukadalur Valley, Iceland – The Valley of Geysers, Kamchatka

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Northern Lights, Norway – Northern Lights, the city of Izhevsk

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Shangri-La Songzanlin Monastery, China – Syakyusn Syume Temple, the city of Elista

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Quedlinburg, Germany – Kaliningrad city

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Cave churches of Cappadocia, Turkey – The Church of St. John the Baptist, Divnogorie museum-reserve

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The Dead Sea, Israel – Baskunchak Lake, the city of Akhtubinsk

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Beach of Andalusia, Spain – Sochi beach

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