Vyazniki is a town and the authoritative focus of Vyaznikovsky District in Vladimir Oblast, Russia. The key tallness ignoring the Klyazma River was of incredible significance for guarding ways to deal with the medieval Russian capital of Vladimir. To that impact, a fortification was set up there some time in the 12th century, in all likelihood during the 1130s. The Yaropolk post took its name from one sovereign named Yaropolk. It was arranged about somewhere between the closest Klyazma ports: Starodub-on-the-Klyazma and Gorokhovets.
After the Mongols demolished the fortification in 1238, Yaropolk was next reported in the 1389 bargain between Vasily I and his uncle Vladimir the Bold. Inside the structure of managerial divisions, Vyazniki fills in as the authoritative focus of Vyaznikovsky District, to which it is straightforwardly subordinated. As a city division, the town of Vyazniki, together with 62 country areas in Vyaznikovsky District, is joined inside Vyaznikovsky Municipal District as Vyazniki Urban Settlement. The most eminent milestone is the Annunciation Church, developed somewhere in the range of 1682 and 1689.