The cities of Udmurtia: Sarapul, Mozhga, Glazov. a brief description of
The city of Sarapul is located on the Kama River in 60kilometers south-east of Izhevsk. Known as a settlement since the XVI century due to the fact that the places in the floodplain of Kama were chosen by fishermen. Here in abundance was the river sterlet. At present, almost 100 thousand people live in Sarapul, most of whom are employed in engineering enterprises of the city.
Some cities of Udmurtia, and this is not an exception,connected by road to Izhevsk. Sarapul has a railway station, a direct road to Ekaterinburg, Novosibirsk and other settlements of the south of Russia. Passing trains from Moscow run at least 3 times a day. The city has a university - a branch of Izhevsk University named after Kalashnikov.
The town of Mozhga (Udmurtiya) is a settlement,the number of inhabitants in which is about 49 thousand. Half of them are Russian, 25% are Tatars, 15% are Udmurts. In the days of the Soviet Union it was known as a city whose woodworking industry produced wooden rulers popular for the whole country for schoolchildren. At the moment, the company assembles very competitive children's furniture.
Some cities of Udmurtia are equipped with transportlines communicating with other Russian settlements. There are six bus routes, the railway line connects the city with Kazan and Yekaterinburg.
Mozhga is known for its ski school. Athletes from this city are multiple winners of regional championships, many of them are part of the national team, both main and youth.
According to a beautiful legend, the outlines of the city from the highest point, the Falcon Mountain, resemble the human eye. Due to this, other cities of Udmurtia are behind in beauty from the described.
Modern Glazov - highly urbanizeda settlement with a developed infrastructure. It is connected by direct rail service to Moscow, and also to Perm. It is located 200 kilometers north of Izhevsk. The city-forming enterprise Chepetsky Mechanical Plant, which is under the jurisdiction of Rosatom Corporation, is an important link in the chain of production of nuclear fuel. In terms of economic production, this is the second city in the republic, and the first per capita GDP (ahead of the capital of the region).
Being one of the oldest inhabitedpoints of the Urals, the city itself was founded in the XVIII century with the organization of iron-making manufactory. Known as the birthplace of the composer PI Tchaikovsky. All the cities of Udmurtia are popular due to their great descendants. Votkinsky pond, which is now the venue for the festivals named after the great composer, served as a prototype of the pond in the ballet Swan Lake. The club "Znamya-Udmurtia" represents the region in the Higher League of the Russian Championship.