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St. Petersburg book-lovers can relax going into the city-wide shutdown knowing that their favorite bookstores will not shut down fully; the city has added books to the list of essential items.
On the occasion of Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky’s 200th anniversary, we visit his adopted city to consider the imprint he left behind.
For one month only, the Russian Museum is celebrating the life of Fyodor Dostoyevsky with a 200th birthday exhibit.
What could be more sinister than a Medusa with a mustache? A hint: a Medusa with a mustache and a reputation for being Europe’s last dictator.
How has Russia changed since the last time you were there, pre-pandemic?
The journey between Moscow and St. Petersburg is about to get a lot faster.
In this week's Odder News, enormous pumpkins, LARPing in honor of Alexander Nevsky, and horses in cars.
After almost ten years, the Alexander Palace, the final home of the Romanovs, is back and open for visitors.
The St. Petersburg city government has threatened to prevent traditional celebrations of VDV Day by turning off its fountains. Such grinches.
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