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AlexanderLegeza
Russian ballet has truly become a legend all over the world. Since the establishment of the first ballet school in Russia, the ballet dancers were winning more and more hearts of the spectators. With the combination of the world-famous music, the interiors of the best theatres, which are masterpieces in themselves, the show is literally...
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Basically, a Troika consists of three horses, carrying one sleigh or carriage. Spiritually, it used to be a very authentic and important part of Russian culture. Although nowadays it exists only in its touristic version with no practical meaning, it is really worth looking at for better understanding of Russian traditions. At first, a troika...
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St Petersburg is very close to Finland, and a lot of people go there for their weekend shopping. Moreover, Helsinki is a popular stop for Baltic cruises. It is a nice little town, with modern architecture and infrastructure, and some very peculiar landmarks. If your cruise stops in Helsinki, we are glad to show you...
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If you have 3 or more days in St Petersburg, you might wish to take a day trip to Moscow. Russian capital is not far from us, and is also worth seeing at least once. There are some general tips that will help you to plan your trip and fully enjoy it. There are two...
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How do we Russians keep warm in our freezing cold winter? Vodka is not the only remedy available! Our ancestors made quite a few hot drinks that help you to warm up after a walk around the snowy streets. Here is one of them that is not very well-known outside Russia – honey sbiten. Try...
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Although in St Petersburg a lot of people speak at least basic English, it is always useful to be able to say something in Russian. It can help you if you come across someone who does not know a word of English, and also it will please the locals who will see that you actually...
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Winter in St Petersburg park is the most mysterious period. The snow is sparkling under your feet, and the palaces look like fairy tale castles. Here is the top list of parks for your winter strolls. 1. Gatchina here you see a lot of interesting constructions: castles, bridges and beautiful landscapes. The Great Gatchina palace...
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You carry a plastic shopping bag with you just in case’. When crossing the street, you sprint. You are impressed with the new model Lada or Volga. You hear the radio say it is zero degrees outside and you think it is a nice day for a change. You actually know and CARE whether Zenit...
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It is not always easy to explain what Russian banya is. A lot of people think that Russian banya and Finnish sauna are the same, however, there are a few significant differences. Humidity Attributes Ventilation Effect to the body Humidity Sauna is mostly dry, the air humidity in it is usually no more than 20%....
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Novgorod is one of the most ancient Russian towns – this is where history of Russia actually starts. Back in Middle ages it was a large trading center, and now it is a quiet provincial Russian town with a lot of history literally dispersed in the air. Your private guide will meet you at the...
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