Oktyabrskaya Hotel

Address: Sofyi Kovalevskoi St., 17, Yekaterinburg, Urals, 620066, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Sofyi Kovalevskoi St., 17, Yekaterinburg, is near Eburg circus, Yekaterinburg War Memorial, and Rastorguyev-Kharitonov's House.
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    Travel Blogs from Yekaterinburg

    The full Russian experience

    A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Jun 03, 2015

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... women dressed in their heavily embroidered traditional costume. The Mary people are animist, believing in spirits in the natural world. Apparently other Russian people were afraid of the Mary women because they were powerful and were considered to be witches (sound familiar?). We were shown the cloth, made from hemp and woven on a loom before being decorated with embroidery, beads and coins. Their traditional kitchen, farming and building implements were much like ...

    Trans Siberian train travel - part one

    A travel blog entry by fonfe on Aug 25, 2014

    11 photos

    ... by train and to better understand not only exactly where you are travelling through but to acknowledge the vastness of the journey. I am afraid there is still plenty more to be said about our journey to Irkutsk, including our discovery of 'train lag'; the absolute shocker I had on the first visit I paid to the toilet; making friends with the Russian army and discovering some first hand truths about the situation in Ukraine. But this will have to wait until the next ...

    Day 30 Yekaterinburg

    A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 30, 2014

    3 photos

    ... a very moving memorial to the terrible times of Joseph Stalin. When they built the road in the 90’s they discovered thousands of bones, the remains of people executed in the purges of the 1930’s right to the 1950’s when people who were thought to oppose Stalin were killed. There were plaques with the names of thousands of people. Apparently they had the records of the people who had been killed but didn’t know where they had been buried until they ...

    Day 12 - Trans Mongolian Day 1

    A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 11, 2013

    ... and veg is great, it's all packed with flavour, though slightly less visually perfect than your average supermarket veg. Apparently, there is a big "allotment" culture, though obviously they don't call them that and they tend to be outside of the city. This may explain why a lot of the produce is so good. Kim and I play cards, whilst Leo sleeps. When he wakes up, he is watching the game intensely, so we look up a few words/phrases and teach him to play rummy ...

    Not quite according to plan...

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 18, 2013

    ... discovered, and DNA testing confirmed they were those of the royal family. They were then buried in St Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg, but not before the Russian Orthodox church declared the family to be saints. The house where the executions took place was demolished in 1974 by then mayor of Yekaterinburg Boris Yeltsin. Since their canonisation by the church, a massive Byzantine style church dedicated to the now saintly family was built on the sight. It was this church I ...