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1. Tourism in the Time of Covid

“These people do not go to relax in other resorts, they settle in neighboring hotels: the more restrictions are imposed on legal business, the more it plays into the hands of those who work in the dark.”

– Natalia Stambulnikova, Chairman of the Association of Small Hotels of Crimea, warning of the ominous nature of coronavirus restrictions that impede tourism.
Tags: coronavirus, crimea, restrictions, travel, tourism, covid 19, COVID
2. Locating Lotuses

Did you know that wild lotus flowers are native to Russia? Well, here's an interactive map of where to find them in the Astrakhan region.  

Tags: ecology, environment, astrakhan, tourism, Internet, technology, nature, flowers
3. Eco-Scandal on Lake Baikal: "Chinese Invasion" or Distraction?

There has long been anxiety about a “Chinese takeover” of Siberia. Even Lake Baikal is not immune.

Tags: Irkutsk, logging, ecology, eco-nationalism, tourism, china, lake baikal, environment
4. Tourism for Tykes

Youthful tourism ambassadors might be coming to a Russian region near you.

Tags: TikTok, teenagers, Moscow, tourism, COVID
5. The Mai Tais Are Worth It

Ever been so desperate for a vacation that you're willing to go into debt? According to a new study, more and more Russians are.

Tags: travel, tourism, economy, money
6. A Russophile Picks St. Petersburg

An American expat in Russia talks community, Russophilia, and making a life for yourself as a foreigner.

Tags: tea, ships, immigration, russian language, life abroad, expats, russophiles, tourism
7. Ferreting Into Adventure

The world's luckiest ferret is set to go on the vacation of a lifetime in the Altai mountains. 

Tags: adventure, tour, tourism, Altai, pets
8. Peter the Great's Sandbox

The Sandfest returns to the shores of St. Petersburg with global travel themes.

Tags: summer, tourism, artist, peter-paul fortress, sculpture, sand
9. Attack of the "Uncultured" Muscovites

Online photos of Moscow tourists on Petersburg landmarks have residents stewing.

Tags: sports, tourism, Moscow, st. petersburg, Internet
10. Another One Bites the Dust

Yeliseyevsky Food Emporium in Moscow closes its doors after 120 years selling groceries in a completely incongruent physical space.

Tags: groceries, food, st. petersburg, Moscow, tourism, closure, yeliseyevsky

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