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Where East Becomes West
September 01, 2003

Where East Becomes West

By Ilya Stogoff

Last year, we sent St. Petersburg writer Ilya Stogoff to the opposite end of Russia in the dead of winter. It did not improve his mood. But he did have some interesting experiences. This, his first of four installments on his travels throughout Russia's Far East, is a fun read.

Kayaking Kamchatka
March 01, 2001

Kayaking Kamchatka

By Christine Seashore

Remote, wild and pristine, the Kamchatka peninsula is an adventure traveler's dream. We join Christine Seashore and her husband while they kayak the coast of this amazing region.

The Heart of Siberia
November 01, 2000

The Heart of Siberia

By William C. Brumfield

The former capital of Siberia, Novosibirsk is a thriving city that the railroad made. This fifth installment in our East Across Siberia series also takes us to Tomsk and Barnaul

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