Марков Юрий Дмитриевич
I study at Saint-Petersburg cadet corps, but my native town is Lagan. Lagan (accent on the second syllable) - is a provincial town in the middle of an eclectic steppe, not far from the Caspian Sea. You can go there only if you are a desperate romantic, tired of crowded cities. It was founded by peasant migrants from Russia in 1870. Originally the village of Lagan was located in the open sea on the island of the same name. Now it is the part of the mainland.
The best way to get to Lagan is by taxi from Astrakhan. It takes you 2.5 hours at a speed of 120 km/h through the steppe and the cornfields, and you find yourself in a town where time moves like running race for the snails. Lagan is a town of paradox, where among the Soviet five-story buildings, potholes in the pavement and a garden with a monument of V. Lenin, you can see an amazing Buddhist shrine. His Нoliness Dalai Lama XIV visited Lagan in 1992 and consecrated Lagansky khurul being built and donated the tank - the icon with the image of Buddha Shakyamuni. You can also admire a monument to the Buddha in the Sovetskaya and a monument to the Fisherman (in honor of the founder of Lagan), near the House of pupils.
The city center is a few streets with shops, which have no differences from the suburb shops, an administrative building and an amusement park with non-existent roundabouts, instead of which there is an unfinished abandoned building, which now is a place where children play around. We should also talk about the grocery stores – there are so many of them that probably for every 10 inhabitants there is a store. And the other remarkable thing is a lot of erics and channels where you can fish and swim, a boat station, and cows grazing on their own.
Welcome to Lagan and you’ll never forget such a fascinated place!
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