Krasnoyarsk was founded in 1628 by order of Moscow nobleman Andrew Dubensky as a fortress on the junction of the Enisey and the Kacha Rivers. The fortress was named «krasny», that means «red» in Russian. The city was growing under protection of the fortress. When the Trans-Siberian railway was built, it gave the new impulse to the city development. Krasnoyarsk and its suburbs boast picturesque landscapes. The Enisey River, one of the largest on the territory of Eurasia, and the hills covered with forests make the city's guests fall in love with Russian nature. Among the sights of the city the grandeur bridges including railway bridges are the most remarkable. Krasnoyarsk is also famous as the native city of outstanding Russian artist Surikov, the admirers of whose talent try to visit the city at least once.