I’ve spent an entire day in Moscow city center. I’m sitting in Nikitsky Boulevard, blogging and noticing people walking past. Tomorrow is expected to be
For the 874th anniversary of my native city I went to the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. There are currently two “Italian” exhibitions. One, in
I was going to tell about this, but tonight’s snowfall makes an ideal backdrop for my story. I witnessed the final 11 years of the
The Orthodox Christmas Eve is called “sochelnik” after a special meal cooked on this day. In Orthodox tradition, Christmas Day ends the so-called Christmas Lent
I’m sure you’re interested what measures are undertaken in Russia for New Year Night 2021. Restaurants and Red Square close for the night.
Overall, I’ve had a fantastic year 2020. For the year 2021, I want to wish us all to be patient and flexible. Happy new year!
While a new lockdown has been announced in several European countries, the Moscow Mayor, Sergey Sobyanin, hopes to avoid the drastic measures. To do so,
While others debate the effects of wearing a mask, I wonder if it is a test on one’s inner freedom
My library is finally back home. After I had moved and posted everything that needed to go before anything else, there only remained hardbacks and
QR-codes in Moscow are introduced to track the movements of the so-called COVID dissidents. They must be ordered by commuters themselves.