The Ozery area is located 120 kilometers south-east of Moscow. It is one of the most ecologically pure places of Moscow region. There are 59 urban districts, totalling a population of 39,000 people and covering an area of 538.4 sq km. The territory of Ozery borders with the regions of Kashirsky, Stupinsky, Kolomna, Luhovitsky and Zaraisky. The south the city Ozery meanders around the river Oka and its two tributaries - Osetr ("Sturgeon") and Bolshoy Smedovoy. On three sides the city is surrounded by the unique mixed forest of pine, birch, linden, oak and aspen trees. The Ozery area offers the scenery of real and true Russian nature. The river Oka extends more than 40 kilometers into territory of Ozery. Much of Ozerys history is connected with this unique and beautiful nature. Historical-archeological research testify that the territory of Ozery area became recognized and began to be occupied in the VI century, when the first people of a Great amber way (part of which became the river Oka), sited two security settlements (fortresses) on a high right coast. On the left stood two auxiliary settlements for supplying one of the fortresses. In this place, in 1153, the great-grandson of Vladimir "Red Sun" the prince Rostislav Yaroslavovich " … created his name in the hailstones Rostislavl` near the Oka-river ". Along the rivers banks there are plenty of resorts, tourist bases, as well as an improving camp for children. In the village Dulebino, which is located on a picturesque river coast Smedva, you will find the house of the great Russian writer D.V.Grigorovich. Because of history of the Ozery area, many tourists visit to see the ancient artifacts, as well as come for a relaxing and stress-less holiday.