I’m just going to come out and say it.
This may be one of my favorite issues of Russian Life since we took over the magazine in 1995.
Not only is the photography particularly good, but the stories offer an unusually diverse mix of subjects and themes. The features take you from the furthest reaches of the Arctic to the uninhabited realms of the Altai, from Russian literature in America to a little known episode in tsarist history, and then finally to visit a rather unusual church on the outskirts of St. Petersburg.
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