Myshkin - Uglich
Myshkin is a town in Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia, located on the steep left bank of Volga. A settlement is existed at least since the 15th century. Myshkin retains architectural features characteristic for the 19th century Russia. It also features a number of museums. One of them is the unique Mouse Museum. There are also Museum of Valenki, ethnographical museum, art gallery, and more.
Uglich is rightfully considered to be one of the most beautiful and oldest towns of Upper Volga Regions. In Uglich you can see masterpieces of old Russian architecture such as the Chamber of the palace of appanage princes, the three-domed Dormitory Church, and the ensemble of the Resurrection Monastery. The view of Uglich from the side of Volga is fantastic: scarlet facades of the Church of St. Dmitry on the Blood, reaching to the skies white walls of the Spaso-Priobrazhensky Cathedral, elegant Church of Nativity of John of Baptist.