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Life in a remote Siberian village can teach you a lot about adaptability, nature, food, and, most importantly, folklore.
In which we visit a rather unique store in the Karelian village of Vedlozero. Which of course is far more than a store.
Yandex.Maps has completed a surprising study of all the places in Russia, and they even figured out how to get from the Moon to Mars.
Our old gals in the village cast a wary eye on all food from the store, because who knows what they’ve got in there?
A policeman had a bright idea for how to use his money to help his native village.
Honk honk! There's a swan in the middle of the road.
Ivan Kupala is a traditional Slavic celebration of the summer solstice, with many pagan and deeply symbolic rituals. How are these ancient customs celebrated and recreated today in modern Russia?
The only things in the village more important than the post office are the store that carries bread and the walk-in clinic. But when you come right down to it, the post office really is the bigger deal.
When you are deep in the woods, enjoying a day of raspberry picking with friends, anything is possible.
This week's Odder News features monuments for dead villages, ancient memes, and a mirror for Putin.
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