CHeboksary — sights and interesting facts

CHeboksary is located on is on asian part part of Russia (CHeboksarskij, CHuvashskaya Respublika), 353 kilometers on south from CHuvashskaya Respublika. We have found 30 attractions here, some interesting of them: Cheboksary Bay, Central Beach, Mother Monument Bay, Victory Park, Square Chapaev. You can to look around too. On west (5 kilometers) is Street 139th Infantry Division. On nothwest (7 kilometers) is Lake Izyar. On southeast (8 kilometers) is Cheboksary Airport. On east (13 kilometers) is Cheboksary HPP.

We propose to visit the most interesting attractions:

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Victory Park
Square Chapaev
Chuvash Drama Theatre
Vvedensky Cathedral
River port in Cheboksary
Chuvash State Opera and Ballet Theater
Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin in Cheboksary
Spaso-Preobrazhensky convent in Cheboksary
Central Park
Chapaev Monument
Fountains of Cheboksary Bay
Entertainment center «MegaGalaxy» Cheboksary
Monument VI Lenin at the entrance of KBC
Palace of Culture. P.P.Huzangaya
Church of the Resurrection
Gate Church of Theodore the Trinity Monastery in
Art Museum in Efremov mansion
Monument to Lenin at the Republic Square
Suburban bus station in Cheboksary
Beer Museum
House Alexei Kadomtsev Cheboksary
Chuvash National Museum
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Interesting facts CHeboksary

Cheboksary ( Shupashcar) is the capital city of the Chuvash Republic Russia and a port on the Volga River Population Зміст1 Geography2 History3 Administrative and municipal status3 1 City divisions4 Culture5 Education6 Economy7 Transportation8 Climate9 Gallery10 Twin towns...  More
About CHeboksary by Wikipedia
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Cheboksary (; , Shupashcar) is the capital city of the Chuvash Republic, Russia and a port on the Volga River. Population: Зміст1 Geography2 History3 Administrative and municipal status3.1 City divisions4 Culture5 Education6 Economy7 Transportation8 Climate9 Gallery10 Twin towns and sister cities11 References11.1 Notes11.2 Sources12 External linksGeographyThe city is located in the Volga Upland region and stands on the shore of the Cheboksary Reservoir. Its area is .Resolution #2083 The satellite city of Novocheboksarsk is located about east of Cheboksary.HistoryIt was first mentioned in written sources in 1469, when Russian soldiers passed here on their way to the Khanate of Kazan. According to archaeological excavations, however, the area had been populated considerably earlier. The site hosted a Bulgarian city of Veda Suvar, which appeared after Mongols defeated major Volga Bulgarian cities in the 13th century. During Khanate period the town is believed by some to have had a Turkic (probably, Tatar) name Çabaqsar and that the current Russian and English names originate from it. However, in maps by European travelers it was marked as Cibocar (Pizzigano, 1367), Veda-Suar (Fra Mauro, 1459). Shupashcar, the Chuvash name literally means the "fortress" of the Chuvash.In 1555, the Russians built a fortress and established a settlement here. In 1625, there were 458 soldiers quartered in Cheboksary, and in 1646 there were 661 males living in the settlement. At the end of the 17th century, Cheboksary was regarded as a major commercial city of the Volga region, and in 1781 it was granted town status within Kazan Governorate. In the beginning of the 19th century the population was about 5500, the town had a sawmill and several small manufactures.Cheboksary also was noted for its twenty-five churches and four monasteries, and Cheboksary bells were known in London and Paris.In the 16th and the first half of the 17th century the Vvedensky cathedral, four monasteries and eighth churches had been built, in the 18th century the stone buildings of treasury and archive, magistracy, court, and ten churches. In 1880, here were counted 783 houses (33 of them from stone), 91 stores, 3 schools, 2 hospitals, and a bank.In the beginning of the 20th century, 5,100 people lived in Cheboksary. In 1965, the population was 163,000.Administrative and municipal statusCheboksary is the capital of the republic.Law #28 Within the framework of administrative divisions, it is, together with two urban-type settlements (Novye Lapsary and Sosnovka) and two rural localities, incorporated as the city of republic significance of Cheboksary—an administrative unit with the status equal to that of the districts. As a municipal division, the city of republic significance of Cheboksary is incorporated as Cheboksary Urban Okrug.Law #37City divisionsFor administrative purposes, Cheboksary is divided into three city districts: Kalininsky, Leninsky, and Moskovsky.CultureLike many Russian cities, Cheboksary possesses many cultural opportunities. There is an opera-ballet theater, a philharmonic orchestra, Chuvash State Puppet Theater and numerous theaters (showing productions in both Russian and Chuvash languages). However, a very popular gathering place for the locals is the recently completed zaliv (bay), beautifully situated in the middle of the city. There people gather to stroll, visit cafes, and socialize. Cheboksary also has beautiful boardwalks and beaches along the Volga River, where people swim in the summer. There are also a number of heated pools, health clubs, and museums (including the Chuvash National Museum and Russia's only beer museum).Cheboksary hosted a language festival in 1996.EducationEducational institutions include the Chuvash State University, Chuvash State Agriculture Academy, the Chuvash State Pedagogical University, and the Cheboksary Cooperative Technical School.Cheboksary Physics and Mathematics SchoolEconomyCheboksary is located near a hydro-electric power station generating up to 1,404 MW, with a reservoir of . Cheboksary is the location of the headquarters of the Concern Tractor Plants, Russia's leading machine building company and one of the largest heavy mechanical engineering companies in the world.TransportationThe Cheboksary Airport (IATA CSY, ICAO UWKS, international airport since 1995) receives both cargo and passenger aircraft of practically all types and sizes. There are regularly scheduled flights to Moscow and other destinations. Chuvashia Airlines is based at this airport.Cheboksary is located about a four-hour drive from Nizhny Novgorod, a city with international air connections through Lufthansa.Because the Volga River runs through Chuvashia, Cheboksary is a frequent stop on the many boat tours that travel along the major cities up and down the Volga.To the south, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don, Astrakhan, the Caspian Sea, and Black Sea are directly reachable. To the west, the Volga River connects Cheboksary with Nizhny Novgorod, Yaroslavl, Moscow, and the northern regions of Russia. By using river-sea vessels, it is possible to take cargo from Chuvash riverports all the way to Saint Petersburg, Novorossiysk (on the Black Sea), Astrakhan, and ports situated on the Danube river. However, the river is frozen from December to April.Public transportation within Cheboksary is among the best in Russia. An extensive system of trolleybuses, autobuses, and minibuses covers the city, providing quick, convenient access to all parts of the city. For those who prefer taxis, there are several taxi agencies available, but the favorite means of transportation among locals are so-called "Gypsy" cabs. In Russia, anybody who owns a car is potentially a taxi. This can be a convenient way to get around but it is also potentially dangerous. Official taxis cost less than 6 dollars for travel between most points within the city.ClimateThe climate in the region is continental, and it is similar to the climate in Moscow, although colder in winter, which lasts from late November until late March with a permanent snow cover.GalleryПосилання на зображення Cheboksary BayПосилання на зображення Artificial Bay in the city centerSquare of Republic, Cheboksary, Russia.jpgAgricultural Academy, CheboksaryTsjeboksary-golfen.jpgMother Patroness Monument in center of the cityCheboksary Exhibition Hall CHUVASHIA-EXPO.jpgChuvashia-EXPO exhibition centerMiny-raion.jpgNovoyuzhny Microdistrict in CheboksaryCheboksary. Monument of Vasily Chapaev.jpgMonument of Vasily ChapaevTwin towns and sister citiesCheboksary is twinned with: Eger, Hungary Antalya, Turkey Santa Clara, CubaAlso a partnership is shown with: Rundu, NamibiaCheboksary will be soon twinned with RunduReferencesNotesSourcesExternal linksMap of Cheboksary and environsPhotos from CheboksaryCheboksary news

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