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
My room is not quite what you see in the photo, although, as I’m writing this post in bed, I’m lying next to tall bookcases.
First space flight meant more than just overcoming the gravity. Gagarin showed the working class that everyone had a chance in life.
Animals without people and people without animals are equally in distress – and this is a truly good motivation to protect the Nature.
Over the yeas, the attitude to taking photos in museums has changed from hostile and hesitant to a more welcoming.
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
You want to know what we think in Russia about the situation with the American elections? We think this is the end of democracy in the USA. Just as there is a shadow state, there is a shadow national spirit that exists besides the social networks and television. It is supported by the values that we call traditional and that have been mocked or distorted in the recent years. But they still exist: family, children, faith, national independence, national culture, a healthy business competition.
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
Walking in the Biryolyovo Arboretum for the first time in winter brought lots of skiers, children and glorious snowed pine trees