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From salty baths to salt caves, sanatoriums throughout Eurasia have, over the centuries, changed in form, but not in spirit.
In which we explore the cats, catacombs, and contraband of a Russian imperial port.
Late July and early August were busy times in 1914: not only was Russia's own heir apparent celebrating his 10th birthday, the world was devolving into the military chaos of World War I.
Ever wonder why so many Russian Jews ended up in the US? Perhaps it was the educational quotas, or the restrictions on travel and residence, or maybe the rampant anti-Semitism and violence – and all the other miseries chronicled by Jewish writer Isaac Babel.
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