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29 Apr
2015
4 Amazing Libraries in Moscow And because we are in the Year of Literature, I thought it was appropriate to tell you about some of the amazing libraries in Moscow I wholeheartedly recommend you to visit! Российская государственная библиотека (Russian State Library) Let’s start with the largest library in Europe and 4th largest in the world, known by ...
24 Apr
2015
Ярославль – located about 250 kilometers from Moscow, this city carries over 1,000 years of Russian history and is one of the Golden Ring cities of Russia. Yaroslavl is the home to the first theatre in Russia – The Volkov Theater, named after Fyodor Volkov. The theatre today hosts many classical and modern works from ...
21 Apr
2015
In Addition to AK-47, What Russian Weapons Do You Know? The Military-Historical Museum of Artillery, Engineer and Signal Corps is not only the oldest military museum in Russia, but also one of the most significant military-historical museums in the world. The Museum collection occupies 13 rooms with a total area of over 17,000 square meters ...
18 Apr
2015
A Look At Russian Architecture: Смольный Собор – Smolny Cathedral The beautiful blue and white cathedral situated by the Neva bank was initially built to house the daughter of Peter The Great, Elizaveta Petrovna, who was going to become a nun after being forbidden from taking the throne. But after a while, Elizaveta ended up ...
15 Apr
2015
There is nothing more relaxing than a nice, long walk in one of the many beautiful parks and gardens of Saint Petersburg. The weather hasn’t really been on our side this week, but hopefully it will get better than this! And when it does, be sure to go for a walk in one of these ...
12 Apr
2015
Starting with a free walking tour will be truly helpful for first-timers in Moscow. Our tour started at Церковь Всех Святых на Кулишках (The Church of All Saints in the Middle of Nowhere – go on the tour to find out why!) and ended at the Александровский сад (Alexander’s Garden). It was 2 hours long, and ...
07 Apr
2015
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As Liden & Denz students, maybe you are going back home soon, or maybe you haven’t left to Russia yet. In whichever situation you might be, it might be interesting for you to know of a few events taking place in London, Paris and Amsterdam in the next couple of weeks. Art and social comments ...
03 Apr
2015
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In order to diversify the menu served to Russian high society and royalty of XIX century, their chefs invented (and adopted from other cuisines) numerous recipes based on chicken eggs. However, among common people of that time and even more so among villagers and peasants eggs were consumed differently, and now only a couple of ...
01 Apr
2015
Stolle Pies – The best пироги in town! In my opinion, Stolle pies are the best пироги – pies – in town. The atmosphere of their cafés intends to reflect the end of 19th and early 20th centuries, with oak floors, very sturdy wooden doors, cast brass chandeliers, and leather sofas. The recipes of these ...
30 Mar
2015
On March 29th 1891, the Russian Tsar Alexander III gave wings to a project that would take around 14 years to be completed. The Trans Siberian Railway today stretches up to 9288 kilometers, connecting European Russia with Siberia and the Far Eastern provinces. It was a long, arduous process that, at times, involved more than ...