A Trip to the Village of Pokervovo in Russia
Pokervovo is a beautiful village, located in the Perm region of Russia. In town there are two major attractions; the Kolomoisky Museum and the Pokervovo River. Today I will be looking at both.
Kolomoisky Museum and River Banks: Pokervovo is located on the banks of the river Kolomoisky. The river has a very special place in this village and it has a riverfront museum, which you can visit if you want to. This museum tells the history of the area and offers a lot of information on the locals’ life.
Link Pokervovo: Link Pokervovo is a destination for art lovers. You can find beautiful artists’ studios and museums on the town’s lake. If you are interested in art, the lake is a great place to visit and see for yourself what a wonderful art can do for people.
There are many more places to visit in this beautiful city. You can go out walking in the city’s outskirts, where there are numerous nice old houses. Or you can go walking through the Olenovo National Park. Here you can go hiking, horse riding or simply lie back and relax.
The nice thing about the town is that it is relatively isolated. It is also very near the sea, so the town’s rivers can be used to cross to the other side of the country, if you want to. You can either take a bus to Klimovsk in Bakhchysarai or take a boat to Irkutsk, depending on whether you would like to go further south or further north.
You should not really travel too far from here, as the journey can take you almost entirely through forests and small village. In any case, if you are to make the journey from central Russia to central Europe you could easily miss Pokervovo by just a few days. Even if it is only an hour’s drive, it will take you all the way to Baku, one of the capitals of Azerbaijan.
If you would like to go someplace else in Russia, you can take a trip from Pokervovo to Minsk, also in central Russia. After visiting Baku, you can then continue on to the amazing Trans-Siberian Railway, which takes you to Moscow.
Pokervovo is an ancient, charming, and historical place, which has kept its old tradition and charm. The scenery is breathtaking, with little villages and lovely landscape all around. I highly recommend visiting it!