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Things to See and Do in Kaliningrad, Russia

Rasshmie Salunkhay Dec 2, 2019
Kaliningrad, which was known as Konigsberg in the past, has a German history attached to it, as it once belonged to the country. It later became a part of Russia after the Second World War. The city holds historically rich places to plan your next itinerary.

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Take a guided tour to the Museum of the World Ocean and educate yourself about the naval science and rich history of Kaliningrad.

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The gothic-style Konigsberg Cathedral has a lot of influence over Kaliningrad's people. However, its specialty lies in the popular organ concerts held here.

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Buy the exquisite amber jewelry, which are not just impressive but easy on your pocket at the Amber Museum. The museum also showcases intricate sculptures and artwork.
Witness nature's quirky side at the Dancing Forest, where all the trees have randomly crooked shapes and surprisingly the reason isn't found yet.
Marvel at the enormous Fort Friedrichsburg Gate, the only remnant of the original fort, which was historically constructed to cloister the city from the sea.
Immanuel Kant, a great German philosopher, has his memories of life in Kaliningrad. You will come across excellent examples of his work while visiting the Immanuel Kant's Tomb.

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The Kaliningradskiy Zoopark is home to thousands of animals, most of which come under the breeding programs run by the zoo to stop extinction of species.