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Petersburg’s most famous statue raises as many questions as it answers.
This week, Russians are caught in the act by means of butter, watermelon, and a controversial color
14 members of Russia’s flora and fauna community that should be known to any self-respecting Russophile.
Tinder, fish soup, and wakeboarding — these make both entertaining pastimes and fantastic publicity stunts.
A funeral for a trolley, a near-funeral for a pianist, and scared birds: all this and more on this week’s TWERF.
An interview with St. Petersburg photographer Viktor Mogilat, about his thought provoking art.
A brief history of the Russian bakery, from imperial times to the Internet age.
Russians may have found a new favorite form of wheels.
Tough time learning Russian? It’s not just you. Russians themselves frequently struggle to determine what is “correct.”
Today, now that the huge dome of St. Isaac’s towers over the center of the city, not far from the granite embankment, the sumptuous Senate and Synod Building, and the iconic Bronze Horseman statue, it is hard to imagine that in its first incarnation this church was much smaller and located on the Admiralty Meadow.
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