UFA is among the most popular cities in Russia, capital of Bashkortostan oblast’ republic. It is the second largest metropolis, economic, cultural, political, and environmental centers of this country, located approximately 1,350 kilometers southeast of Moscow. The city was developed as a railroad station and then served as a junction for grain deliveries, grain shipments and other grains-related purposes. The city has seen rapid development in terms of infrastructure, including a new international airport and a wide network of railways and roadways. Apart from being a major grain-shipping center, UFA became a popular industrial, commercial, and residential center.
The main urban areas of UFA are Saint Petersburg, Ufa, Novosibirsk, Tverka, Kursk, Volynia, Irkutsk, Samtromada, and Kirovsk. All these cities have a mixture of populations, with populations of different ethnic groups. Bashkir is the largest city of ufa, with almost half of its total population consisting of foreign nationals. The largest industries of ufa are steel and iron-works, metal ceramics, textiles, petroleum refining and distillation, coal, gas, and agricultural produce. Apart from these, there are also numerous art and architectural works, museums, monuments, all made in the famous Ural Mountains. Tourists visiting ufa should take a look at all these factors before visiting the beautiful cities of Russia.
Tourists who visit Russia will surely have to see the famous Pushkin’s stone, which is a symbol of unity and power believed to have been created during the time of Khrushchev. Another monument of great importance in Ufa is the Golden Banner, which was formerly the battle standard of the Chechens, giving them the name “Banshir”. Tourists who have an interest in Russian history and culture may also want to visit the Old Town and Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul, the Grozny Museum, and St. Nicholas Cathedral, all located in the city of bashkir.
The most popular sights and sounds of Ufa are the Pushkin Square in Ufa, the colorful squares of Novosibirsk, the Tverskaya Square in Ufa, the Kazan Cathedral, Samovskiy Mir, the world war memorial “St. Vasilije”, the Tverskaya Street, and the Orthodox Church. The most popular food in Ufa is fish, with its meat products known as “skyne” or salted fish. Besides local cuisine, tourists can try out global dishes like sushi in one of Moscow’s many sushi bars. “Chiki chaika”, a Finnish kebab, is very popular in Moscow.
Tourists headed to Ufa will definitely be amazed by the high prices in the city center. Tourists need to make some cash before heading to Samovaya, the capital town of Ufa, which have a low cost of breads and sweets, and expensive shopping. While there, they may want to visit Samovaya’s famous bazaar, which sells everything from local art to electrical appliances to fashionable clothing.
The President Hotel is a relatively new hotel in Ufa. The hotel has twenty rooms, which include a conference room. The hotel offers three restaurants: a bar, a restaurant, and a coffee shop. The President Hotel, situated on the famous “Old Town” square in central Russia, is centrally located near many important landmarks in Moscow. The hotel has a spa, a swimming pool, a gym, a swimming club, a restaurant, a bar, a lounge, and two meeting rooms.
The Lenina Street Film Festival attracts the largest number of foreign visitors to Ufa. Over three hundred films are shown throughout the year, in the format of full-length films. Each category is headed by an experienced German film maker. The most recent winners of the festival include Michael Fassbender’s “Amores Perros,” which won best movie and best director awards at the Cannes film festival. The festival is organized by the Gmbh, Berlin, Germany.
The Hanneli Gallery in Ufa, which is situated close to the airport, is home to works from a number of artists, including Ole Gabai, who is an award-winning photographer. The Gallery also houses a major collection of Russian paintings, which are bought and sold by art collectors from all over the world. The Gmbh is the organizing organization behind the exhibition “Eden in Ufa,” which showcases the work of seventy artists from thirty different countries. The exhibition features paintings from different periods, such as peasant paintings, baroque, realistic, and abstract. The organizers hope that the exhibition will help raise funds for the Gmbh, which is conducting its own research into the role of wild bird populations in the preservation of the Ufa landscape. This will aid the conservation of these beautiful surroundings, which have been affected by development in the area.