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More of Tver

As promised, this post is devoted to positive sides/aspects of Tver. First of all, I am sharing the picture of a new church, which looks really gorgeous. When I lived in Russia, I was quite indifferent to orthodox churches. Now, it’s the opposite. Every time I see one of them, I feel some cosiness and… I feel home.

The second thing is way more material – new trams. What is so special about it? For a long time, trams of Tver were much to be desired. They were simply outdated, and they resembled more a metal rack rather than means of transport. That’s why it is very nice to see new trams on the streets today. By the way, they are built in Tver.

And of course the main river in the central part of Russia – Volga. ❤

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5 thoughts on “More of Tver

  1. Which is the church you mention? I’m getting just your harbour (header image?), and two shots of a rather lovely looking tram; followed by the river.

    Interesting that the rails are tied with metal rods, in NZ we still use timber ‘sleepers’ (for us much cheaper).

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