Москва слезам не верит

Москва слезам не верит (Moskva slezam ne verit), in english “Moscow doesn’t believe in tears”, is one of the most beloved and popular movies among Russians. This soviet film doesn’t really focus that much on soviet ideology or oppressive communist regime, but it’s definitely part of Russian pop culture. Москва слезам не верит, directed by… Continue reading

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Liden & Denz brand new school officially opened its doors!

Today Liden & Denz brand new school officially opened its doors! Liden & Denz languange institute warmly welcomed its students in the new building in Italyanskaya 17 (Итальянская 17). The new school is located at the south-eastern edge of the Square of Arts (Площадь Искусств) just two minutes walking from Nevsky Prospekt. The environments and… Continue reading

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Riga’s Creative Side

Riga is a city of many faces. It’s already well known for its medieval architecture, rich history and culture, and tasty food. But what’s now the trendiest and artistic district of Riga? Be ready to discover its “hipster” side! The main street is Miera Iela also known as Peace street. This name comes from a recent… Continue reading

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Russian ice cream – A Soviet Taste

Russians are great consumers of ice creams, they really love sweets in general and they can go for an ice cream in any season no matter how cold it is. Last weekend Saint Petersburg held the Festival of ice cream and it was clear how much Russians enjoy this dessert. The streets around Екатерининский сквер… Continue reading

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День города Celebrations!

On the occasion of День Города (Day of the city) , on May 27, this weekend Saint Petersburg will offer a free opera concert to its citizens and visitors. The concert is already a tradition for the cultural capital of Russia, that celebrates its anniversary every years with such extraordinary events. Then on May 27,… Continue reading

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Moscow Metro Celebrates 80th Anniversary in May

Moscow Metro Celebrates

80th Anniversary Of The Moscow Metro On May 15 the Moscow Metro celebrated its 80th anniversary. This stunning subway system dates back to 1935 and witnesses the historical and political changes of Russia. The first metro line was 11 kilometres long, from Sokolniki to Park Kultury, and consists of 13 stations. Nowadays there are 196… Continue reading

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Ночь Музеев in Saint Petersburg

During the International Day of Museum on 18th May a lot of museums will offer free entrance and special activities. For this occasion during this weekend the event Ночь Музеев (Night of museums) will take place in Saint Petersburg. That’s a great occasion to visit many museums with a single ticket or to see them… Continue reading

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How People Talk in Moscow and Saint Petersburg

People talk

How People Talk in Moscow and Saint Petersburg Как говорят в Москве и Петербурге? (kak govoryat v Moskve i Piterburge?) – Moscow and Saint Petersburg are the most important cities in Russia and the most known by foreigners. They are very different indeed in structure, architecture and atmosphere so visitors often favour one or the… Continue reading

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