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Ryazan Oblast preserves the history of countless battles, examples of church architecture—from Naryshkin Baroque to ancient Russian style—and old arts and crafts: Skopin pottery and Mikhailov lace. Ryazan Oblast is crossed by eastern and western traditions: just 250 kilometers from Moscow, in the town of Kasimov, you can find the ancient capital of the Tatar Khanate, which has preserved eastern architecture, dishes, and customs. The classical Russian landscapes of this region are praised in the poems of Sergei Yesenin. "I tell you, I don't need paradise! Give me my Homeland," he wrote, looking at the endless expanse of the banks of the Oka River.More about the region