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Tula

Tourism in Russia > Around Moscow > Tula

Tula

   
 

The city of Tula is located 200 km (125 miles) south of Moscow and, since time immemorial, has been famed for its weaponry crafts, as well as for its art of making the traditional Russian samovars. Samovar is the centerpiece of the Russian tea ceremony. It is a symbol of kindness, hospitality, and family values.Tula has an Armory Museum founded in the early 18th century. It also has a Museum of the Tula Spice Cakes dedicated to the legendary Russian treats.

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