The town of Suvorov is quite young; it appeared on the map of Tula Region only in 1949. This was due to the construction of the most powerful thermal power plant in Europe, which was supposed to supply electricity to the Tula, Kaluga, Bryansk, Oryol, and Moscow regions. Such a landmark of Suvorov is perfect for lovers of industrial landscapes, since the enterprise looks gigantic.
The Cherepetsk reservoir is much more than just the state district power station. It is a real salvation from the heat and a place of excellent pastime for Suvorovites and guests of the town. The proximity to the station does not bother vacationers in any way. A large fish-breeding enterprise is located here, and the Suvorov Regatta is held on sailing boats in summer.
One of the nearby attractions of Suvorov and Tula Region is the smallest town in Russia, Chekalin. This little settlement used to be called Likhvin. At the beginning of the 20th
century, a boy who elevated the glory and valor of our Motherland, Sasha Chekalin, was born and lived here. Any schoolchild in Russia knows that Sasha is a partisan hero, but not many are aware that an entire town was named after him. Four other young heroes of the Soviet Union also lived in this town.
Suvorov quarries are a picturesque landmark of Suvorov. Lunar landscapes with blue lakes attract those who like to relax and take great photos. The guests of such a tourist site are not only Suvorovites and residents of Tula Region. People come here from Kaluga and Moscow to snap beautiful pictures.
You will find addresses and contact information of local history museums, churches, monasteries, reserves and other attractions of Suvorov District on the pages of this section.