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Sometimes a subway is just that. And sometimes it is not. On the perils of inter-lingual travel...
On the foundation of Intourist and some of the beautiful posters they used to entice tourist to Soviet Russia.
After years of threatening to ban cheap dormitory-like hostels and any other accomodation in residential buildings, Russian lawmakers have approved a measure that could cause many private individuals to stop renting out beds, driving up lodging costs for young travelers.
On the eastern tip of Crimea is a mysterious, salty lake. We take you there.
“Pushkin is our everything,” Russians like to say. And sometimes it seems like he was everywhere.
Dusya is a Vasiliyevsky Island local, whose job it is to promote a creative space located on the island – Sevkabel Port.
Tigran loves history and music, plays piano, and founded hotels. Oh, and he also tries to make time travel possible.
Ekaterina is an artist who is constantly sketching in St. Petersburg bars. Her hobby led to the creation of the Instagram blog “Between the Bars,” where she captures the city's bohemian atmosphere.
St. Petersburg is often thought to be a gray city, as it only has about 75 sunny days each year. Still, photographer Segrey Goorin finds inspiration here for his black and white photography, capturing street life, extraordinary locals and numerous parties.
Nikita Khrushchev’s great granddaughter, Nina Khrushcheva, and an expat living and reporting on Russia and the Soviet Union since 1993, Jeffrey Tayler, offer a poignant exploration of the largest country on earth.
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