On the eastern side of Russia, the Kamchatka Peninsula stretches away from the continent of Asia, reaching between the Bering Sea and the Sea of Okhotsk. Here, in this isolated spot, lies one of earth’s great geological treasures – the Valley of the Geysers, one of the country’s seven main natural wonders. The valley is […]
The State Historical Museum in Moscow hosts until November 30 a special exhibition dedicated to Ancient Thrace: Thracian Gold from Bulgaria. Living Legends. This special exhibition is one-of-a-kind, as it includes 317 exhibits of seven Bulgarian museums, two of which are private: the National Historical Museum, the Regional Archaeological Museum – Plovdiv, the Regional Historical Museum […]
When you hear Moscow, you might automatically think of the beautiful and colorful Saint Basil’s Cathedral in Russia’s capital, a masterpiece of Russian architecture. Regardless of what tourist attraction you think of first, if you are planning to visit Moscow in September then you shouldn’t miss the Moscow City Holiday. This is an annual festival […]
The International Military Music Festival “Spasskaya Tower”, also known as the Kremlin Military Tattoo, begins today in the Red Square, and will last till September 8, 2013. This is a unique event, and a chance to see amazing musical performances by the State Honour Guards and many leading Russian and foreign military music bands. The […]
Friday, August 30, 2013, the famous Cirque du Soleil will organize a unique event to celebrate the construction of the legendary Big Dome at the Luzhniki Stadium. The construction of the Dome will definitely not go unnoticed. Cirque du Soleil plans to make it bright and cheerful, launching kites while 60 workers raise the Dome. […]
According to a recent report via Otdyh.Na Kubani.ru, the first skiing village of a larger complex of resorts will come to the Lago-Naki area of the Azish in Russia’s Krasnodar Krai region. The ski area, capable of entertaining 5,000 enthusiasts, will eventually offer more than 35 ski tracks and black tracks for downhill experts.
Yesterday, Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin held a meeting to discuss developing high-speed railways within Russia. Taking special note of the serious investments in resource and systems required for ambitious projects of the sort, Putin also emphasized the necessity of affordability for travelers.
Have you ever wondered where the deepest place on Earth where humans have ventured is? No, it’s not the Dead Sea, nor is the Mariana Trench the deepest hole on our planet. Down deep beneath even Challenger Deep where only Bathyscaphes go, the Kola Superdeep Borehole is humankind’s deepest adventure toward the center of Earth.
On May 9th people in the Russian Federation celebrated Victory Day, a holiday in memorial of the millions of Russian’s who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the fight against fascist aggression. The victory over Nazi Germany by Russia and her allies can never truly be fathomed, and surely never forgotten. We found a wonderful time lapse video of the festivities in Moscow via Russia English this morning.
Two news bits today concerning Germany’s disposition toward migrants and visitors draw further attention to key Schengen and visa discussion. A report via EurActiv speaks to one side of the German and EU PR aspect, the Roma people being the subject on the one hand. At the other end of Germany’s public relations woes, news that second generation Turks in Germany are headed home suggest the German state is in an exclusivity mood toward some.