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Great Mother Volga

Great Mother Volga
Moscow – Rostov-on-Don

The Volga is one of the greatest rivers in the world and is the longest one in Europe. It flows through central Russia into the Caspian Sea, and is widely viewed as Russian National river. Volga is one of the cores of Russian culture and even today, consciously and on subconscious level, the river is frequently perceived as living being by Russians – that is why she is addressed as 'Great Mother Volga' normally and in folklore. Songs and legends often personify Volga with best human features – an ideal Russian has to match the image. 


Volga is identified with the Motherland, she is a symbol of freedom, breadth and strength of the Russian Spirit. Stalingrad Battle, one of the toughest battles of WWII, has been won by Russian Army on Volga's banks...


Nowadays former Stalingrad, known as Volgograd, is among ports of call along the itinerary crossing 14 federated states of Russia that are the lands of Russians, Tatars, Cossacks, Mordovians and many more nations of Russian Federation. 

The Volga is one of the greatest rivers in the world and is the longest one in Europe. It flows through central Russia into the Caspian Sea, and is widely viewed as Russian National river. Volga is one of the cores of Russian culture and even today, consciously and on subconscious level, the river is frequently perceived as living being by Russians – that is why she is addressed as 'Great Mother Volga' normally and in folklore. Songs and legends often personify Volga with best human features – an ideal Russian has to match the image. 


Volga is identified with the Motherland, she is a symbol of freedom, breadth and strength of the Russian Spirit. Stalingrad Battle, one of the toughest battles of WWII, has been won by Russian Army on Volga's banks...


Nowadays former Stalingrad, known as Volgograd, is among ports of call along the itinerary crossing 14 federated states of Russia that are the lands of Russians, Tatars, Cossacks, Mordovians and many more nations of Russian Federation.