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Posts by: Eliant Gomez Alanis - Page 4

29 Dec
2015
Despite today is Christmas celebration for most of us, in Russia is just another normal day. I want to draw your attention to a historic fact about the most important Russian celebration which is New Year, but later on I’ll also public how they celebrate it. On December 20, 1699, Russian Tsar Peter the Great issued an ...
29 Dec
2015
5 Facts About Russian Postage Stamps On December 22, 1857, the Russian Empire Postal Department issued a circular letter on the introduction of Russian postage stamps for public use. 1.Stamp system The first signs of postage were adopted in Russia in 1845 in the form of postal stationary envelopes for local mail in St. Petersburg ...
29 Dec
2015
Reasons to convince you to Travel to Latvia Travel to Latvia to see how it broke out from communist shadows. According with the popular and famous traveler’s guide “Lonely Planet”, they designated Latvia as one of the best places to travel in 2016. After 25 years of freedom from the Soviet regime, finally forms part of ...
29 Dec
2015
Did You Know About SSSR Spy Exchange: Corvalan for Bukovsky? Notorious SSSR spy exchange took place in the 70s. Before my arrival to Russia this year, I watched an American film, Bridge of Spies, which jumped into my mind when I started to read Bukovsky’s trade. Who is Bukovsky? Vladimir Bukovsky was a prominent Soviet ...
29 Dec
2015
Baba Yaga – The Evil Russian Witch Probably most of you have heard about Baba Yaga, notorious evil witch in Russian tales, from your Russian lessons. As all of you already know, a tale is part of every culture, created many years ago from imaginary events or true experiences from someone and some of them have a ...
29 Dec
2015
Do You Know Who Killed Stalin? Who Killed Stalin? Maybe you have heard about conspiracy theories around the world and especially during wars like the Cold War, First and Second World War, etc. We can say even until these  days the government keeps having its dirty little secrets. I found a very interesting article about ...
29 Dec
2015
The city of Kazan is the capital of the Republic of Tatarstan in the Russian Federation. The city is characterized by its Kremlin located in the downtown and its lifestyle that makes it a multiethnic city due to the Muslim and Christian population living in peace. Meanwhile you are living or staying in for a ...
29 Dec
2015
Every Traveller’s Dream: Latvian Market in Riga! The Riga Central Market is considered a unique attraction among all Europe; it opened its doors in 1930 and was recognized not only as the largest, but also the best and most advanced market place and bazaar in the continent. This Latvian Market has remained in the downtown ...
29 Dec
2015
If you have been in Saint Petersburg before, I’m sure you have already visited most of the museums in the city, whether you are staying for long or not, I recommend you to visit some free exhibitions that might be interesting; most of them were opened in the end of November, others will open in ...
29 Dec
2015
When we think about Russia, it comes to us the idea of the biggest country on earth but sometimes we make the mistake to think or to compare all the country with the two most popular cities, Moscow and Saint Petersburg. Having in mind that Russia comprises 160 different nationalities and over 120 languages are ...