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An indignant social media user called out an artist for her choice of subject in the heart of Kazan, but there’s another side to the story – a backside, if you will.
Russia is hoping to host the Olympics for the third time – in 2036.
Looks like Black Friday isn’t the only dangerous shopping day: a Kazan stampede over... bananas.
The bride said that they encountered no problems because they had already changed their appearance to look like a traditional man and woman, and had received new documents that reflect their gender identity.
Tinder, fish soup, and wakeboarding — these make both entertaining pastimes and fantastic publicity stunts.
Life can be rocky, whether it’s because you can’t see a corgi movie, or because you’re a dead fictional character.
A fortress town built half a millennium ago by Ivan the Terrible (to conquer Kazan) is enjoying a new life as a cultural tourism destination.
In 1891, Russian Tsar Alexander III signed a document initiating the construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway. And not only is it the longest railway in the world; it's got some interesting stops along the line, too.
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