Farewell to Tom
Tom has worked one month as an intern at Liden & Denz in Saint Petersburg. Let’s find out more about his experience! Tom, tell us about yourself! I’m Tom from London, I’m 22 years old, I studied German and Russian at University and I am going to start a MA in Russian in late September.… Continue reading
St Petersburg Practical Information: Money
Russian currency, as you all know, is called the rouble and there are 100 kopecks in one rouble. Roubles are issued in coins in amounts of one, two, five and ten roubles, and bank notes come in values of ten, fifty, one hundred, five hundred, one thousand and five thousand roubles. You can also find… Continue reading
Can you afford life in Moscow?
Russia’s pulsating metropolis Moscow is with about 12 million registered inhabitants – locals assume that the number is clearly higher – the largest Russian city. A tour of Red Square with a view of the Kremlin and St. Basil’s Cathedral or a stroll through Gorky Park – Moscow is full of attractions and won’t let… Continue reading