Vladimir is an ancient Russian city,
located on the Klyazma River, at the distance of about 200 km to the east of Moscow.
Kostroma is a historical city of the Golden Ring of Russia, located at the confluence of the Volga and Kostroma Rivers.
Rostov Veliki (Rostov the Great) is one of the oldest towns in Russia,
it is nearly three centuries older than Moscow.
Sergiev Posad is a old Russian town, located 71 km from Moscow.
The town was founded in the 14th century by the Saint Sergiy Radonezhsky
who was canonized by the Russian Orthodox Church.
Suzdal is a historic town, situated at the distance
of 216 km to north-east of Moscow and 26 kilometers from the city of Vladimir, on the Kamenka River.
Yaroslavl is a big Russian city, founded by the Prince Yaroslavl the Wise in the middle ages.
It is located at the distance of 250 kilometers to the north-east of Moscow on the Volga river.