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Uglich

This weekend I wasn't present because we went on a river cruise/weekend getaway to Uglich. It was so much fun! We relaxed on a deck, explored new town, ate without worries or thinking, watched movies, read books and played video games on our Nintendo Switches. If you ask me, I was super relaxed and happy with this little trip.
Uglich is a small town in Yaroslavl region. It has long history but it's mostly famous for being a place of death of the last tsar from Rurikovich dynasty (the first of Russia). Unfortunately the town had lost of fires and military destruction so there are not much left of it's early history. However classic Russian churches are present in big numbers and river Volga takes a very beautiful turn there. The oldest building of Uglich (or Ouglitch as they sometimes write it with latin letters) is behind my back on the first photo below. It was a part of original living quarters of the ruler. It is made of red brick, with tons of little details, it looks pretty impressive.




















I wore roomy jeans,  flip flops, a silk scarf to add some warmth, tiny uniqlo anti-wind jacket and Pirosmani studio t-shirt with necklaces (actually these metal pieces were fashion show invitations but I kept them wear as a statement necklace). It actually was a bit chilly there (colder than the forecast told) so I wore pretty much everything I had off photos.




I was wearing:
very old Topshop jeans
Pirosmani Studios t-shirt and necklace
Adidas flipflops
vintage Salvatore Ferragamo silk scarf

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. Sounds like the perfect place to relax! I would love to go there someday!

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  2. Oh, what a beautiful place! All of your pictures are just incredible. I am so glad you were able to visit and made some wonderful memories.
    the creation of beauty is art.

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  3. Amazing cloud formation on those pictures. I love all the points of places you shared! Fun times!

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  4. I love your poetic photographs~

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  5. Uglich is such a beautiful place although it seemed a bit mysterious. I like that there are too many people outside.

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  6. It seems to me as if I relived your trip to Uglich through your description and all the wonderful photos. Really beautiful place to visit and see it.
    Nina

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  7. You are always looking upwards! Any particular readon for that? Is that your angle? Hehe

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    1. never really noticed that! I need to be more mindful of that. On these particular photos I was keeping an eye on our guide to see if we are moving and she starts telling something new

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  8. I am in love with your pictures, the location feels straight from a film. There's a lot of culture to be seen and I'd love to explore them.

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  9. Wow, what a beautiful place with lots of history. I would love to now the history of all the churches!

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  10. Oh man, what a lovely place, and it's always fun to learn the histories of areas.

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  11. Uglich looks stunning! Love your photos! And it has a very interesting history to it, too.

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  12. What a lovely place with such nice places to visit ans history. I like the clean picturesque monument waiting to get explored.

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  13. How lvely and relaxing! I love the architecture on those buildings. I would love to look at the buildings in person. Thanks for sharing!

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  14. The buildings are very attractive. I would love to visit one day.

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  15. A weekend getaway in a river cruise seems to be an awesome idea. And yeah, you have clicked wonderful candid pictures. Just loved all of them.

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  16. This place looks very peaceful, and a good getaway from busy cities. The architectures are impressive too.

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  17. Wow, you really had a grand time touring around Uglich and the old churches and buildings are amazing.

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  18. What a wonderful little town and relaxing weekend! It sounds like you had the perfect getaway!

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  19. Sounds like you had an amazing time! Never heard of Uglich, but I would definitely visit there!

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    1. It's a part of 'Golden Ring' of Russia. Basically if you ever travel to Russia I highly recommend to visit Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kazan and at least couple of smaller place from Golden Ring (better if you choose smaller places, more distant from Moscow)

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  20. thanks so much for sharing this lovely story here, love all the captures shared & the uniqueness of some buildings. had a good read. cheers, siennylovesdrawing

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  21. Loving all the photos! Good thing travel is now safe for you there. I am not sure if we cn come here in person but surely agree this is a travel bucket list must have!

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  22. Such wonderful images, I would love to visit here one day. thanks for sharing this

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  23. Uglich sounds like a wonderful place to visit! I love cities that are rich in history, where you can take a step back in time and imagine what life was life back then. Those trips are so much fun to me. It would make for a perfect weekend getaway!

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  24. Uglich looks such a lovely place. Whenever you travel and post pictures, it draws me more and more to Russia. High time I plan a trip after things return to normalcy.

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  25. Love your Topshop Jeans. It may be old but looks really hip. I can imagine wearing one myself. :)
    Thank you for sharing with us your experience at Uglich.

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