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12 Aug
2017
Learn Russian on Skype with the elderly native speakers If you’re learning a foreign language, I’m sure that at least once you wondered how long would it take to speak fluently or to understand all the different shades of meaning typical of each language. And especially if you’re studying Russian you have probably already thought ...
04 Aug
2017
Всем привет! I’m Lara and I’ll be working as an intern at Liden & Denz in St. Petersburg for a month. I’m 23 and I come from the north east of Italy, more precisely from a small village near the Dolomites. I graduated last year from the University of Trieste in Translation and Interpreting Studies ...
10 Jul
2017
St. Petersburg and northern Russia’s infamous White Nights season is drawing to a close, but the city’s inhabitants are still flocking to watch the bridges being raised and strolling the streets in the early hours. However, if ambling isn’t for you, but live music is, there are plenty of events going on to catch your fancy ...
20 Apr
2017
Hi! My name is Liz. I am from Minnesota in the United States, and am the newest intern at Liden & Denz. From exploring Russian history to finding great places to study, I hope to share what I find in St Petersburg with you. This is my fourth time in St Petersburg, but my first ...
13 Apr
2017
Travelling to a foreign country can be a stressful experience – there is so much to organise, double check, then organise again! So, how can coming to Russia be made easier? Read on for five tips to help you in your travels here. 1) Make sure you apply for your visa in time Give yourself ...
27 Jan
2017
Ice Legends of CSKA Moscow: Hockey Inspired Weekend I really want to go to a Hockey match! Thus this is a Hockey inspired post. Unfortunately, since there is only 24 hours in a day – I haven’t found the time. Hence, I settled for a movie about Russian hockey legend Valery Kharlamov. Movie is called Legend ...
10 Oct
2016
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Russian citizen takes his cat for an adventure Just recently, a Russian citizen decided to climb the highest mountain on European territory: Elbrus in Caucasus (5642m). He was more than ready preparing himself for 2 months in advance – and quite excited about his upcoming adventure. Nevertheless, he was not to keen to go all ...
29 Sep
2016
My journey outside of the city center Дача (Dacha) has no direct translation in the English language, often being referred to as a “summer home”. However, the reality and culture surrounding dacha’s is entirely more complex. The term became part of Russian culture during the Empire, referencing plots of lands gifted by the Tsar. During ...
26 Sep
2016
“So, are you going to eat meat while you’re in Russia?” If it’s possible, I believe everyone I have ever met asked me this question as I prepared for my journey.  My commitment to vegetarianism was questioned so many times that I genuinely believed I would give in while abroad. I became convinced that the ...
22 Sep
2016
The Visa Process is Not to Be Rushed I, as I am sure many of you are, was incredibly eager to start my studies in Moscow. When applying to Liden & Denz I was informed that student visas take a minimum of five weeks to be processed; I wanted to start in four. Nevertheless, I ...