The word ‘Perm’ once meant a mysterious Finno-Ugric land encompassing most of the northwestern Ural Mountains that was colonised by Russians since the early medieval ages. But the city is relatively new, founded by the lieutenants of Peter I in 1723.It is believed that Chekhov used Perm as the inspiration for the town his Three Sisters were so desperate to leave, and Boris Pasternak sent his Doctor Zhivago to a city...
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