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The capital of the Republic of Karelia Petrozavodsk is located on the shore of the second largest lake in Europe - Onega Lake. According to the system of canals and rivers, Petrozavodsk has access to five seas: White, Black, Baltic, Caspian, and Barents. Therefore, it is also called the city of five seas. He received his name Petrozavodsk in honor of the Russian Tsar Peter the Great, who founded in 1703 on the territory of the future city the arms factory.
Since then, the city has grown considerably, has turned into one of the major transport centers of the republic, not only water and road, but air transport has also developed. Now the population of the city is 278 thousand people. Not long ago the city was also a major industrial center. On its territory, there were such enterprises as Onega Tractor Plant, Brick Plant, PetrozavodskMash CJSC, but most of them were closed or significantly reduced production volumes. This affected the city's economy, but positively influenced the ecological situation, and led to the growth of the tourist industry of the city.
After all, Petrozavodsk is surrounded by beautiful spruce forests, a lot of greenery and trees and in the city itself. Sometimes one can be lucky enough to see a squirrel! In addition, two rivers flow through the city: Neglinka and Lososinka, giving the city a special charm.
The climate of Petrozavodsk is temperate continental, somewhat softened by its proximity to the seas. Winter is not cold, but long, and summer is cool and short. Nevertheless, in the summer near the city, you can find a variety of berries, cranberries, wild raspberries, cloudberries. Also smelling pineapple princess of the Arctic. This amazing berry is considered the best in Karelia. But not only the berries adorn the forest, on the fringes and among the trees, one can meet the wonderful flowers of the lily of the May, will enjoy its unforgettable aroma. There also grows a wolf bast-bush with fragrant pink flowers. But then the flowers of this shrub turn into poisonous berries, leading to severe stomach upset and kidney damage. Poisonous marsh wool with attractive small golden flowers and acrid buttercup-its flowers are yellow and shiny. They grow there like an orchid-wenener slipper with a large lemon-yellow flower. However, it is already quite rare, as people ruthlessly tore this beautiful flower for sale. Now this orchid is listed in the Red Book, as well as calypso, lyubka, hiding flower and palchatocorrennic.
The flowerbeds of the city can also boast of flowers, and many of them are planted by the townspeople. For example, in the flowerbed near the intersection of Leningradskaya Street and Varkaus Embankment, kindergartners personally planted bright marigolds. On the flowerbed of Pushkinskaya street blossom irises, and near the memorial Eternal Fire, in the Governor's Park, the workers of the urban plant beautification decorated the flowerbeds with elaborate ornaments from begonia, petunias, violas, and salvia.