Lyuban, located in the Tosno Municipal District of the Leningrad Region, is one of the historical cities of Russia. The main of its attractions is the Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, which is the only temple of railway workers in our country. The city has not only rich, but also an amazing history. The famous Russian prose writer Alexander Nikolaevich Radishchev devoted an entire chapter to Lyuban in his famous work Travels from St. Petersburg to Moscow, which is called Lyuban. Lyuban got its development just at the time when the first major railroad connecting Moscow and St. Petersburg was built in Russia. Lyuban, located between the two capitals, has itself turned into a kind of capital - it has become the main city of Russian railway workers.
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