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Anastasia Osipova was born in St. Petersburg and grew up in Ukraine and Russia. She lives and works in Moscow, and studies at the Academy of Media Industry, Industry while working for a prominent wire service.
Russian Life:Nov/Dec 2017 Icons have been revered in Russia for centuries, and when it comes to miracle-working icons, pilgrims will travel thousands of kilometers to seek their divine assistance. We look at three you can find in Moscow. Author: Anastasia Osipova Translator:Paul E. Richardson Illustrations/Images:Evgeny Sinitsyn
Russian Life:Nov/Dec 2016 For Soviet Man, the garage was a special place. Guys gathered here after work to discuss their most pressing problems, and maybe played a bit of chess or had a few drinks. But this is not that sort of garage. Not at all. Author: Anastasia Osipova Translator:Paul E. Richardson Illustrations/Images:Evgeny Sinitsyn
Russian Life:Nov/Dec 2012 The world's largest and most active space port is situated in the middle of the Kazakh desert. Largely off-limits to outsiders, it is an unusual mix of hi-tech and low-key. And it was from here, just over 50 years ago, that humankind first reached out to touch the stars. Author: Anastasia Osipova Translator:Paul E. Richardson Buy a Copy of this Issue
Russian Life:Mar/Apr 2008 It began as a simple monastic retreat in the forests of Kaluga region. By the mid-19th century, Optina Pustyn had become one of the most important religious sites in all of Russia. Today, the monastery and hermitage are struggling to rebuild after decades of neglect.
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