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Natasha Beskhlebnaya graduated from the Gorky Literature Institute in Moscow. She is a poet, and for a long time worked on travel documentaries in Russia and beyond, going on to become a TV-editor. As a journalist, she focuses on culture and society, and has contributed several feature articles to Russian Life over the past decade, on topics ranging from graveyards to missing ships, from lighthouses to churches.
Russian Life:July/August 2017 On St. Petersburg’s Revolution Highway there is a museum devoted to collecting and preserving the elusive and controversial art forms of graffiti and street art. Author: Natasha Beskhlebnaya Translator:Nora Favorov
Russian Life:Mar/Apr 2011 Legend has it that a British frigate which sunk off Balaclava during a freak storm was loaded down with millions in gold for troops fighting in the Crimean War. The hunt for the mysterious treasure spanned more than a century, and gave birth to a venerated institution. Author: Natasha Beskhlebnaya Translator:Paul E. Richardson Buy a Copy of this Issue
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