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Yaroslavl

Мурашов Сергей, студент группы 1ТО-05
ГБОУ СПО г. Москвы Технический пожарно-спасательный колледж № 57
Преподаватель – Жарова Виктория Александровна

Yaroslavl is an ancient city to the north of Moscow. Prince Yaroslav the Wise founded it in 1010. There is an old beautiful legend about the foundation of Yaroslavl. Once Prince Yaroslav with his warriors came to the place where the Kotorosl River flowed into the Volga. The Prince liked the place, but the pagans who lived there did not like this invasion and let their sacred bear kill Prince, but Yaroslav fought against the sacred animal and killed it with his poleaxe. Then he founded the fortress and it was called Yaroslavl and the coat of arms of the town was a bear with a poleaxe on its shoulder.
Yaroslavl has the rich historic past. It saw the Tatar invasion, the Polish intervention, was damaged during the Revolution and suffered a lot. But in spite of all these difficult periods of history it has remained magnificently beautiful and it is one of the greatest attraction for tourists. Yaroslavl is one of the cities of the Golden Ring of Russia. Every day a lot of tourists come to visit this ancient Russian city and admire its wonderful cathedrals, monasteries, churches and the famous embankment.
Feodor Volkov built the first Russian theatre in Yaroslavl. Yaroslavl is a big industrial city. Big plants and factories produce engines, plaints, oil, and other important things. The first in the world plant producing synthetic rubber was built in Yaroslavl, too.

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