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... the next day
Day 1 was walk around the Kremlin with guide. This very big with a number of historic buildings
The guide pointed out the building which includes Putin's office - he did not come out to wave!)
and down we walked down to the Armoury.
... elected Constituent Assembly and establish the ruthless "Dictatorship of the Proletariat" under a Communist Party rule that crushes religious and political dissent.
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk ends war with Germany at price of major territorial losses in Eastern Europe and the Baltic.
Civil war between the Red Army and anti-communist White Russians, aided by Britain, France, Japan and the US. Defeat in the war ...
MY first blog in a good while!
IM back on the road, and this time, heading to Russia, trans siberia, mongolia, china, japan, philippines, and ending in the united states with a trip to san fransicso and vegas baby!
RIhght now im in a hostel in Moscow, i'll let you know more details about it later.
first, some information about what i've been up to untill today, because for some of the countries i'm travelling through, you cant just up sticks ...
Individual assignment - Part 1 What are my learning goals for Russia? Where to begin? I am a travel addict and from my point of view I got around pretty well for my age. However, I have never been to Russia so far and as for any other country I have never been to, I am eager to learn more about it. To be honest, I do have a lot of prejudices about Russian citizens. I have met Russians particularly while travelling. For instance, I met Russian people on ...
... enough they did! So once in Moscow, of course I had to go find it.
One day in Moscow, we tried to go to the Pushkin Museum. Once we found it, the entrance line went around the building and it was a huge building so we decided to go to plan B. That was looking for the building on my Lucite box and go to the cosmonaut museum which was supposed to be nearby.