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Forbes included the city of the Far East in the list of undervalued

Forbes included the city of the Far East in the list of undervalued
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The journalist of the American version of Forbes magazine named five cities of Russia that tourists underestimate. The author notes that Yekaterinburg, Murmansk, Pskov, Khabarovsk and Elista undeservedly remained in the shadow of Moscow and St. Petersburg.

As noted in ARTICLES, Khabarovsk is interesting because it is close to China. Against this background, a unique culinary culture has formed in the city, for example, among Russian restaurants there are many establishments with Asian food.

The author called Yekaterinburg a major cultural center, "the third capital" and "a window to Asia", the city in which one should visit the Temple of All Saints. Murmansk will be interesting for various natural phenomena, including the northern lights. Elista is the only settlement in Europe with a predominance of Buddhism, and Pskov is one of the oldest cities in Russia. 

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