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1. My God, a Symbol of Separation

“There was a certain girl here who was handing out some permission to paint to artists, complete nonsense. I gave her this work, and the first thing she said was that it was a very dangerous job, because if Gorbachev saw it, he would not allow the unification of Germany and that she will send it to the senate of West Berlin, which was a different country, for approval.” 

                                   –  Dmitry Vrubel, the artist behind the Berlin Wall's "The Fraternal Kiss"
Tags: russians abroad, Dmitri Vrubel, international relations, berlin wall
2. A Nobel Donation

The 2021 Russian Nobel Peace Prize winner auctioned his medal off to help displaced Ukrainian children.

Tags: dissent, russians abroad, charity, war in ukraine, nobel peace prize
3. Friends to the Friend Who Isn't There: Armenians Welcome Fleeing Russians

Armenia’s relationship with Russia is complicated, yet locals are welcoming fleeing Russians.

Tags: russians abroad, public attitude, economics, russia, war in ukraine, yerevan, armenia
4. Siberia: Land of Pines, Exile, Cold... and Bird Cherry Cake.

Siberia is surrounded by stereotypes, but there's more to it than exile and cold. It has amazing forests, pine nuts and delicious bird cherry cake.

Tags: russians abroad, food stories, russian food, Siberia

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