Northern part of Moscow Oblast, Russia
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North Moscow Oblast is a region in Moscow Oblast.

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Map of North Moscow Oblast
  • 1 Dmitrov — a large, old town, famous for its beautiful kremlin
  • 2 Dubna   — the region's northernmost town is young with an impressive history of prominent work in the sciences, especially in physics, and is home to the world's largest Lenin statue
  • 3 Khimki — a mid-sized city with a prominent historical role in the Soviet aerospace industry, but its mostly just a satellite city for Moscow commuters
  • 4 Klin — a small city best known as the former residence of Pyotr Ilich Tchaikovsky; the manor where he composed Sleeping Beauty and The Nutcracker is now a museum
  • 5 Korolyov (Kaliningrad) — the "cradle of space exporation," and home to the house-museums of Lenin and Marina Tsvetaeva
  • 6 Lobnya   — a small city most famous for its apricot, neo-gothic 18th century Marfino Palace, but also for its other stately estates and old churches
  • 7 Mytishchi — a fairly large city known for its 18th century aqueduct
  • 8 Pushkino   — this city served as the summer retreat for poets Baratynsky, Tyutchev, and Mayakovsky; museums remember the writers at Muranovo Estate and Mayakovsky's dacha
  • 9 Sofrino  
  • 10 Sergiev Posad — home to the Trinity Monastery of Saint Sergius, the spiritual center of the Russian Orthodox Church
  • 11 Shchyolkovo — a relatively large city to the northwest of Moscow on the Klyazma River

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  • 1 Abramtsevo   — Historical Art and Literary Museum Reserve
  • 2 Zhostovo
  • 3 Marfino — manor house in 25 km from Moscow

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