In Russia's Novosibirsk region, not one, but two opposition groups are posing a serious challenge to the ruling party. The Communist Party (CPRF) is the only known systemic opposition recognized by the Russian government and allowed to hold elected seats in the country. The current development in Novosibirsk and the surrounding regions is one of the most dramatic and unusual electoral campaigns Russia has seen in a long time.
On September 13, voters here will elect a new mayor of Novosibirsk, Russia's third-largest city by population, which local politicians like to say is also the largest in the country. United Russia currently has the majority of seats in the City Council and the regional parliament, the State Duma.
If it can break its majority, it would be an example to the rest of the country that it is possible to make a breakthrough. Observers also see the upcoming vote as a test of United Russia's influence in the city and its influence on local politics.
The guide of the USSR museum will tell you more about the history of the city and its role in the Soviet Union and Russia. There are two museums in this city, the Kirov State Museum and the Siberian Railway Museum. Both show the history of the Siberian railway, including the construction of the first railway line in 1884 and the first railway in Russia in 1905.
The museum has a collection of steam, diesel and electric locomotives and wagons, which mainly operated on the railways in Western Siberia, as well as a large number of railway wagons.
From Novosibirsk you can take the train to Krasnoyarsk, the capital of the Russian Federation, and from there to Moscow. There are trains to many major Russian cities, including Moscow, St. Petersburg, Vladivostok, Chelyabinsk, Tbilisi, Rostov-on-Don, Kirov, Kazan, Novgorod, Ufa, Yekaterinburg, Nizhny Novosti, Khabarovsk, Chukotka and Kursk.
From Novosibirsk you can also take the train to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Vladivostok, Chelyabinsk, Tbilisi, Rostov-on-Don, Kirov, Kazan, Novgorod, Ufa, Ekaterinburg, Nizhny Novosti, Khabarovsk, Chukotka and Kursk.
Tourists can visit the USSR Museum to learn about Russia, have a fun trip to the zoo, spend a fabulous evening at the opera and ballet theatre or spend more time with the family at home. Soviet architecture is represented in an impressive central railway station on the outskirts of Novosibirsk, just a few kilometers from the city center. These benefits are enough to make your travel plans to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Vladivostok, Chelyabinsk, Tbilisi, Rostov - on -Don, Kirov, Kazan, Novgorod, Ufa, Ekaterinburg, Nizhny Novosti, Khabarovsk and Chukotka.
There is a special ceremony in the Russian city, where young people guard the eternal flame with replica Kalashnikovs, including a young version of Vladimir Lenin and his wife Ekaterina and their children, which includes special ceremonies guarded by young people with replicas of Kalashnikovs. Lenin Square acts like a monument to Lenin that is left from the Soviet era and stands directly in front of the Opera and Ballet House.
This unusual monument is located in the village of Krivoshchekovo on the left bank of the Black Sea, near the city of Novosibirsk, Russia. It was developed after his election in 1893 and in 1925 it became the first monument in Russia to Lenin and his wife Ekaterina, located at the crossroads of the Vostochny River and the right bank of the river in front of a church and a museum.
Technically, the region today has two political parties, the ruling Communist Party of Russia and the People's Republic of Novosibirsk.
The link between the two groups could be due to the fact that members of the State Duma of United Russia are also coordinating the party's campaign in the Novosibirsk region, said Dmitry Kuznetsov, a political scientist at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow. He told Meduza: 'United Russia is based on conversations with voters, not on outdoor advertising. While most leaders in Just Russia are loyal to the Kremlin, some have been pressured by the Communist Party to prevent the newcomers from taking power.
Novonikolaevsk is bounded by the navigable Ob, which is crossed by two bridges on both sides of the Ob River and on the opposite side. The location for the construction of the bridge over the largest river in the country was chosen because of its proximity to Novosibirsk, the capital of the Far Eastern region of Russia and the seat of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
As many factories were evacuated, the city's industry was stimulated and its growth accelerated, and Novosibirsk is now one of Russia's most industrialized cities. The evacuation radically changed the lives of people evacuated from Moscow and Leningrad, bringing new ideas and new opportunities for building new industries.
Opened on May 12, 1945, it is a symbol of pride for the Siberian region and connects Siberia, the Far East and Central Asia. It houses the Novosibirsk Theatre, one of the largest theatres in the world and the largest theatre in Russia. The theatre has participated in a number of international and Russian festivals and has been the venue of a number of important cultural events, such as the Moscow International Film Festival and other international festivals.