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It’s that time of the year again, when afternoons are short, the colors are subdued, and the appetite for rich spicy foods is at its highest. What a perfect occasion to cook a hearty Central Asia pilaf with mutton, lots of cumin, and (if you can find them) barberries (also known as berberis or “northern lemon”).
The highest mountain in Russia has a bit of a trashy problem.
Russia has it all, so you never need to travel anywhere else.
A policeman had a bright idea for how to use his money to help his native village.
A severe, remote valley in Ossetia inters the remains of one of Russia’s most revered film stars... and the mingled bones of countless ancients.
This week, we bring you three animal stories: wholesome, funny, and one with a twist.
How true-to-life is a favorite Soviet movie, and what does it tell us about the Caucasus?
Photographer Oksana Yushko offers us a poignant look at Beslan, 12 years after the horrific tragedy there.
Kefir is the most popular fermented milk in Russia. But it did not get there overnight. Kefir and Russia have a long history...
Anton Podgayko left Moscow for Pyatigorsk in order to shoot in the Caucusus. He takes us along.
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