The best locations in Russia for your audiovisual project

To discover Russia as a whole would take years, but we, from the RVD Media Group, present you some of its best-known tourist attractions for your next audiovisual project.

Treasures, still to be discovered, offering the rich historical and cultural heritage, wild nature, mountainous steppes and the vast territory of this largest country in the world.

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Moscow

Kremlin

It is formed by a set of civil and religious buildings, four palaces and four cathedrals to be exact, grouped in an enclosure framed by the Kremlin Wall, a place where you will undoubtedly find a multitude of locations for your audiovisual production or photographic shooting. In 1990 it was included in the list of World Heritage Sites of Unesco. It can be visited with two types of entrance: one for the outer territory of the Kremlin and the square of the cathedrals, and another for the Museum of the Armory.

Kremlin

Red Square

The most famous square in the city of Moscow occupies an area of 23,100 square meters, it will be difficult to choose from which perspective you will use it for your audiovisual project. In its interior is the tomb of Lenin, as well as the scaffold or the monument to Minin and Pozharsky, two national heroes for their role in the defense of the country.

Red Square

St. Basil’s Cathedral

This orthodox temple, also located on the Red Square, is known for its bulbous domes, which make it easily recognizable. Its unique shapes and colors make it perfect for a totally original photographic shooting or audiovisual production. It is composed by nine independent chapels and its original name was Cathedral of the Mantle of the Virgin, because it is inaugurated on October 1, the day on which that festival is celebrated.

St. Basil’s Cathedral

Moscow Metro

The subway under the streets of Moscow has a total length of 78 kilometers. It is so spectacular in its architecture and artistic details that it has become one of the most important things to see in Moscow. Here you can see luxury and beauty for your audiovisual project. Each station has its own style and among the most favorite ones are the stations of Komsomolskaya and Slavyansky Bulvar.

Moscow Metro

St. Petersburg

Hermitage Museum

It is located in the heart of St. Petersburg, between the boardwalk of the Neva River and the Palace Square, and it occupies five linked buildings forming one of the most beautiful architectural ensembles to see in Russia. Kilometers of locations for your audiovisual production or photographic shooting. It is considered as one of the most complete museums in the world, a tour through all its halls measures 24 kilometers.

Hermitage Museum

Church of the Savior on the Spilled Blood

During the Second World War a bomb fell on the highest dome of the temple, but it did not explode and remained inside for 19 years, until it was found and removed by some workers. It houses a state museum and its mosaics form one of the largest monumental collections in Europe. Another great location for your audiovisual production or photographic shooting.

Church of the Savior

Peterhof Palace

The Peterhof Palace is located 26 kilometers from St. Petersburg. 20 Fountains, 2 waterfalls, about 40 statues and more than 200 bas-reliefs give an approximate idea of the dimensions. In addition to its 6 palaces, it houses two parks, one of them is an old hunting ground. Try not to lose yourself in this unique location for your audiovisual project.

Peterhof Palace

Trans-Siberian Train

It is a railway route that crosses Russia and connects it with Mongolia and China. Trains of all kinds circulate along this route, from regular lines to luxury trains. Landscapes and people of all kinds for your audiovisual production or photographic shooting.

Trans-Siberian Train

Vladivostok

This port, the last stop of the famous Trans-Siberian railway, is one of the most beautiful to see in Russia. It is located on the shores of the Sea of Japan, more than 9,000 kilometers from Moscow. Vladivostok has many military monuments, more than 30 museums, academies, universities and the branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. As you can see, there are locations for all tastes for your audiovisual project.

Vladivostok

Sochi

It is the largest resort in Russia, surrounded by the Caucasus Mountains and extending for 147 kilometers along the Black Sea coast. Warm weather, beautiful beaches, lagoons with minerals and subtropical vegetation, what else can you ask for an audiovisual production or photographic shooting?

Sochi

Lake Baikal

With almost 32,000 square kilometers of surface: 636 km long, 80 km wide, and a depth of 1,680, is the Baikal Lake a spectacle. No matter where you look, you will be in charge of choosing where to locate your audiovisual project. It contains 20 percent of the planet’s fresh water and is the sixth biggest one in the world. Its water has so much quality that it is considered as potable, the microorganisms that inhabit it carry out an exhaustive cleaning.

Lake Baikal

Kronotski

Kronotski is a nature reserve located in the Russian Far East, in the south of the Kamchatka Peninsula. It is a region dotted with volcanoes more than 3,000 meters high, and in the lower valleys we find a variety of plants and fauna. The area offers also many geysers and hot springs which emission of vapors forms a magical postcard for your audiovisual production or photographic shooting.

Kronotski

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