The Kremlin Necropolis

If you have been lucky enough to visit Red Square already, you probably have noticed that almost the entire side of the Kremlin wall facing the square is guarded and off limits most of the time. Why you ask? Because besides the large “black box” located in front of the wall, known as Lenin’s Mausoleum… Continue reading

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Traveling across Siberia

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… Continue reading

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Russian farewell – До свидания!

After five wonderful weeks in Moscow it is now time to return to London! The past weeks have exceeded all my expectations and Moscow has definitely become one of my favourite cities. Before I came to Moscow I had the apprehensions that many other students do like while my Russian improve or who will I… Continue reading

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