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10 Jun
2015
The name of the restaurant means “Tea Room” in Tajik. This restaurant is great for a friendly or family reunion. I was a bit uncurious at first, as this place is located inside a mall, but I was very happy when I left at the end of the evening! The food is delicious and varied ...
06 Jun
2015
Living in Russia for 6 months now has taught me that Russians have a sweet tooth. Many of their typical desserts are based on tvorog, condensed milk, berries, and more. And they are all very tasty! So I thought about telling you some of their most popular sweet treats for you to try when you ...
03 Jun
2015
If you happen to be in Latvia this summer, you should definitely attend one – or more – of these events! To know about other events taking place in Latvia this summer, click here. Closing concert for VIII Nordic-Baltic Choral Festival This year will be the 20th anniversary of the Baltic Choral Festival. It will be hosting about ...
27 May
2015
May 27th 1703 marked the day that the first stones were laid to build the fortress that would protect St. Petersburg from the Swedes. This fortress is called the St. Peter and Paul Fortress. Peter the Great was adamant to get back access to the Baltic Sea from the Swedes in order to make St. Petersburg ...
20 May
2015
The beautiful and majestic St. Isaac’s Cathedral will surely give you one of – if not the best – view of the cultural capital of Russia. The largest Russian Orthodox cathedral took over 40 years to complete, but it was well worth it. On the same place were once three other cathedrals, but it was ...
17 May
2015
The Riga Opera Festival has been taking place for 18 years now, and it has become a cherished tradition for many opera aficionados from Latvia and abroad. The event takes place at the Latvian National Opera House and starts June 5th and ends June 18th, and tickets have been for sale since January. Many performances that ...
13 May
2015
Last week I finally checked out this popular bar I often pass by on my way home – the “Хроники” (“Chronicles”) bar on 26 Nekrasova street, not far from the corner with Mayakovskogo street. This bar always opens at 18h00 and might be easy to miss if you come early in the evening, but by ...
07 May
2015
Did you know Orienteering and Geocaching are two very popular outdoor activities amongst Rigans? Turns out orienteering is a big thing in Latvia, so much so that they organize several competitions all over Latvia throughout the year. For those who are new to orienteering: basically it’s a family of sports in which you are running ...
04 May
2015
These so called creative spaces are a kind of establishments or business formations found in St. Petersburg and other cities of Russia. The idea behind it has been around for a while: creative spaces resemble the phalanstères (or Phalansteries) of Charles Fourier – French philosopher and socialist thinker (1772-1837). A phalanstére was supposed to be ...
02 May
2015
I don’t know how well informed you are on the matter, but I am here to tell you that I know for a fact that Russians don’t eat borsch and Salad Olivier (aka Russian salad) everyday. However, they do consume these dishes – and many others – more often than in other countries. So what ...