Vladimir is a city and the managerial focal point of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, situated on the Klyazma River, 200 kilometers toward the east of Moscow. It is served by a railroad and the M7 motorway. Vladimir has a striking noteworthiness in Russian history, as it filled in as the nation's capital city in the 12th -13th centuries. Vladimir is home to a few electrical and compound manufacturing plants, a few sustenance handling plants and two expansive warm power stations. The travel industry identified with the verifiable destinations is a noteworthy supporter of the city economy.
Vladimir was one of the medieval capitals of Russia, with noteworthy structures making due from the 12th century. Two of its Russian Orthodox churches, a religious community, and related structures have been assigned as among the White Monuments of Vladimir and Suzdal, an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Previously, the city was otherwise called Vladimir-on-Klyazma and Vladimir-Zalessky, to recognize it from another Vladimir in Volhynia. Vladimir is the regulatory focal point of the oblast. Within the structure of managerial divisions, it is, as one with 17 provincial regions, consolidated as the City of Vladimir, an authoritative unit with the status equivalent to that of the districts. As a city division, the City of Vladimir is joined as Vladimir Urban Okrug.