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Online photos of Moscow tourists on Petersburg landmarks have residents stewing.
Yeliseyevsky Food Emporium in Moscow closes its doors after 120 years selling groceries in a completely incongruent physical space.
St. Petersburg's Grand Maket Rossiya presents a droll and humorous self-reflection of Russian life.
In this week's Odder News, the lights go out for Earth Hour; egg sandwiches get their due; and a huge crack opens up in a St. Petersburg apartment building.
Natalia was raised between downtown St. Petersburg and a small village. She is passionate about sharing all aspects of Russian life: both the good and the bad.
“Not working at all is death… The authorities chose a blow worse than a lockdown. Any sane person understands that the coronavirus is terrible. But this does not mean that the coronavirus should kill an industry to the point that it cannot be restored in any way.”
A birthday party turned deadly when a man was run over by a tank.
Recent research by HeadHunter has shown that a significant number of Russians want to move to a different region in the country.
How a progressive regiment was crushed by a single, petty man.
St. Petersburg saw over 2,000 attendees at its stand-up-paddleboard (SUP) festival this year, many in costume and with pets in tow.
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