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Zavidovo (Russian: Зави́дово) is a village (selo) in Konakovsky District of Tver Oblast, Russia. It is used as an official residence place for the President of Russia.


Map of Zavidovo, Tver Oblast, Russia, 171275

During the Soviet era it was described as the "Politburo hunting preserve" and the "Soviet equivalent of Camp David". Henry Kissinger visited in May 1973 and was informed that it was a great honour to be invited there, being only the third foreigner (after President Tito of Yugoslavia and President Urho Kekkonen of Finland) to be invited.

Country retreats of the President of Russia

  • Novo-Ogaryovo
  • Bocharov Ruchey
  • References

    Zavidovo Wikipedia

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