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... one of the small churches. I have no idea what they were singing about, but the acoustics and atmosphere were stunning.
Fortunately the sun came out for a bit so I went for a walk across the Moskva river and then down towards Gorky Park. There was a brilliant free sculpture park (Park of the Fallen Heroes), where statues were taken when the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991. There were plenty of Lenins, a Stalin and many Soviet era relics, along ...
... one of the few stores that did not have shortage of consumer goods, attracted queues of shoppers that often extended right across Red Square. At the end of the Soviet era, GUM was privatised.
Today GUM is Russia's most famous shopping mall and a Mecca for visitors to Moscow. It contains an array of exclusive boutique stores that are open to anyone who can pay the steep prices.
It was a pity that at the time the exterior was literally ...
... you can hold off for the time being to avoid spoiling everything. Doesn't matter to me either way.
If you want to look at my pictures and videos now, follow this sort of complicated procedure (trust me, it's because Flickr is stupid, not because I'm trying to make things ********* you):
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2. The album will come up. Don't ...
What stroke me as especially interesting was that the employees of such a highly technologically advanced company still prefer to meet in person for brainstorming. The interestingly dressed guy explained that people are by far more creative when thinking in groups. Apparently this is something technology will never be able to replace.
Treated like VIPs at Irkut
I was quite impressed by the reception we got at Irkut, a Russian airplane ...
85;и (pielmeni) with cmetana to eat as our substance food.
The evening was spent eating delicious treats and drinking hot tea and joking around until the time drew closer and we needed to make our way back to the Metro station. Sergei, Katerina and I walked back to the station and we parted ways at the Metro.
So ends the second part of this fun filled day. Fret not the next few entries will be shorter in ...