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... this point most of the museums and sights we had seen focused on Russian history from the 19th century and before, so it was nice to spend a little time on more modern history.
Following the museum we took the metro to Gorky Park. We took a walk up the river through the Garden of Fallen Monuments, a collection of Soviet statues from Moscow and around Russia that were relocated there after ...
... by the American Jewish community in its history. In the 1920’s we fed 600,000 Jews who were starving in the great famine of the Ukraine. In the 1940’s we operated the Displaced Persons camps in Europe that housed over 400,000 surviving victims of Nazi persecution. Through 20013, more than 300,000 elderly from the FSU have been fed and cared for by the American Jewish community through the work of JDC.
Hasadim were established that can ...
... lines linked to which. Some stations were heavy on the Soviet imagery while others were more dedicated to celebrating the partisan fighters in World War II. The only problem was that the stations were all so enormous and it would take sometimes 10 minutes to change platforms or to get to ground level, which made my feet pretty sore by the second day.
My first night in Moscow was the most eventual. Within a few minutes of making my bed inside the Apple Hostel, a ...
After this I headed to Izmaylovo market, apparently the best market in Moscow, to buy some souvenirs, but due to the weather it was closed! So on this note I returned to the hostel, soaking wet and cold!
On the last day I headed to Arbat street, which was described to me as a cross between Covent Garden and Regent's Street. Normally there are lots of street artists, musicians and market stalls, but due to ...
... the Cuban Missile Crisis, and Russian Nuclear Submarines. Fortunately I just brushed up on Russian submarines by touring one. I felt like I was in some high level government meeting at the Kremlin!
At the end of the evening just before we were ready to leave, Maria's grandfather presented me with my very own Russian medal! I think I'm starting to like this meeting with other cultures gig. Hmmm.... Maybe I could be America's newest ...