In T-shirt to Siberia – Tages-Anzeiger

Last month we welcomed a group of journalists on Liden & Denz press tour, taking them from Moscow to Eastern Siberia. The article in Tages-Anzeger unveils the impressions of summer in Irkutsk. In T-shirt und Shorts nach Sibierien – Tages-Anzeiger (read the article in German) Read the summary in English here.

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5 Russian movies you must watch

5 Russian movies you don't have to miss

Whether you’re learning the Russian language or are just a movie lover, have a read through these five suggestions – I’m only going to provide you with the best! Брат (1997) This film is a classic from 1997 as it should be. Translated into English it means brother. It is known all over the world… Continue reading

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Phrases for the perfect stay in a host family

I’m writing about this topic because a lot of students studying at Liden & Denz stay with a host family. With the help of these phrases you’ll have a pleasant stay in Russia and they will definitely help to improve your relationship with your host parents. One of my colleagues at Liden & Denz also… Continue reading

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5 original activities to do in Saint Petersburg

St. Petersburg has a lot of sights and conventional activities on offer, such as visiting the Hermitage or a day trip to Peterhof. But what original, unconventional activities can you do here? And what about the slightly unusual sights, just waiting to be discovered? Well, have a read of the following blog and you’ll discover… Continue reading

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Russian Language Lessons for Foreigners

cosa bisogna sapere prima di studiare russo

How to Learn Russian – 8 Things You Need to Know Russian is beautiful, no argument about that. But the language of Pushkin is also very, very difficult. I’ve been studying Russian in Russia for some years now and I can tell you –  it’s a language that must be studied constantly and seriously if… Continue reading

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10 Untranslatable Russian Words

10 Untranslatable Russian Words

Ever struggled to find the right words in English to describe your undying love for one person, your hair-of-the-dog hangover cure or the humdrum of everyday life? Look no further! These untranslatable Russian words provide a glimpse into the mysteries of the language and give you a whole new set of vocabulary to use. 1)… Continue reading

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Studying Russian Language – How to Learn

Russisch Lernen

7 things to consider before you start studying Russian There are plenty of good reasons why you should start learning Russian as a foreign language. With a total number of 277 million Russian speakers, it is considered the world’s 5th most commonly spoken language. You might find it interesting to hear that only about one… 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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