Revolution square was the first square in Ulan-Ude and is still one of main and most central squares of the city. It was founded in 1786 and first called Bazarnaya. This is where the trade fairs took place... View mapLearn more
The lower part of Lenin Street, the main street in Ulan-Ude, from Sovetskaya to Kirov Street, is a pedestrian street, therefore the locals call it “Ulan-Ude’s Arbat”. The paved Arbat was solemnly... View mapLearn more
There are 12 waterfalls on Kyngarga river. The first one and the biggest is located 1.5 km away from Arshan resort. The waterfall reaches the height of 7 meters. There is a small bridge put above the canyon... View mapLearn more
Curative Arshan springs, which were found by local hunters in 1960-s are popular all over Siberia. Carbonaceous silicon mineral water in the spring is unique all over the world. It has a wide range of... View mapLearn more
The exterior of Buddhist datsan (Buddhist chapel), in Arshan is traditional for all Buddhist temples. Several roofs lie above one another with their edges curved towards the sky. The lower roof right above... View mapLearn more
Bukha–Noyon is a rock made of marble at a height of 1,050 meters on the slope of the mountain. Its outline reminds the figure of a bull which lies with widely spread horns.
The name "Bukha – Noyon"... View mapLearn more
The History Museum was founded in 1919 as the main museum of the « Pribaikalye Study Society ». In 1921, it was renamed Pribaikalksy Regional Museum and late the Ethnographic Museum of Verkhneudinsk.... View mapLearn more
This museum was unveiled on July 12, 1983. It is located in a stoned one-storey building that used to belong to the former public Administration. It was built during World War I by Austrian prisoners.... View mapLearn more
Tunkinskaya Valley is characterized by a great number of extinct volcanoes. Volcanic activity took place here about 10-15 thousand years ago, in the late Ice Age. Cherskiy Volcano has preserved its original... View mapLearn more
There are two ways to get to Domyshev waterfall: you can either walk for one week or you can take an hour long helicopter lift.
The waterfall is interesting because of the surrounding legend of a hidden... View mapLearn more