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Listed under Towns in Vladimir, Russia.

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This town is around a thousand years old, and though it still retains a rural look and feel it has played capital to several Russian states through out its history as well as being an important religious centre - with more than 200 religious churches, monasteries and monuments. As well as religious architecture the city is also known for its great Russian architecture.

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