Goodbye from Valentina: пока Россия, I’ll see you soon!

Valentina in Moscow

Time has come to say goodbye to Moscow already and, just as I expected, my experience here was so intense and full of emotions. Five weeks have gone by incredibly fast and now a part of me is not ready to leave the school, my room, my friends, and my daily routine in this beautiful… Continue reading

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Learn Russian in Russia: University or L&D

Why should (Italian) students come to learn Russian at L&D? Being already at the end of my second experience at Liden & Denz and having been both at the school of Moscow and St. Petersburg, here is my personal and totally impartial opinion about Russian lessons here. In this article you will find good reasons… Continue reading

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Farewell Russia! Goodbye from Lucrezia

Как время летит! Time flies so fast! It feels like yesterday I was in my room packing all my stuff and preparing to come to Russia. И сейчас вот? And now what? Six weeks have gone by, I seriously can’t believe it, it’s already time to go home. Of course, I am happy to go… Continue reading

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С днём рождения, Чайковский!

Привет всем! Today I’d like to continue to talk about art and music of the russian culture. Within some days (May 7) will be the birthday of one of the most famous russian composer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Пётр Ильи́ч Чайко́вский). He is known all over the world for his amazing compositions and his music is… Continue reading

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A glimpse of Russian Easter festivities!

A glimpse of Russian Easter festivities! As everybody knows, Russian Easter never coincides with the Catholic Easter. It is always some weeks later and this year will fall on the next Sunday, the 1st of May. It is the most important festivity in the Orthodox world (even more then Christmas) and, for this reason, the streets of… Continue reading

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Cathedral of Christ the Saviour – Xрам Христа Спасителя

Cathedral of Christ the Saviour – Xрам Христа Спасителя As this is my first real post on the blog, I decided to talk about the first cultural site that really thrilled me: the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour. Actually, the very first thing which had arouse in me enthusiasm was the Red Square but everybody… Continue reading

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New Walking Tour!

There’s a lot going on at our Saint Petersburg office at the moment. Today for instance, we put the finishing touches on an addition to our cultural programme. We have added a new walking tour on Tuesdays! These tours will be free of charge for all students and will take around two hours. The tours will… Continue reading

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On the traces of October Revolution

Saint Petersburg was the Capital of Imperial Russia when the October Revolution in 1917 sent shockwaves around the world. Yesterday some students followed together with Evgeny Petrovich, one of the teachers from the Liden& Denz Petersburg School, the tracks of this historical important event. The excursion started in room number nine, where Evgeny Petrovich explained… Continue reading

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