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Our Savior on the Spilt Blood (The Church of the Resurrection)
The Church of the Spilt Blood, is a Russian Orthodox Church built on the site ...
... which is a palace and gardens, we didn’t do the palace, but did the gardens, so many fountains and just amazing. They had joke fountains which the kids are told you have to find a special stone to stand on and then the water will come, it’s not true there is a man sitting there with a button, but so funny to watch. Again fantastic weather so the kids were all getting wet in their clothes. There was another lane where if you were late to dinner with ...
... We stopped by the Ranua Zoo, where we got in for free because we hadn't payed, but they insisted that EVERYONE was going to go in! After that we stopped by the University of Lapland (which was our back up uni for our exchange) and had lunch; again, for free because the student organisation, Niso, payed for everyone. Next was Santa's village! Super cute! We went to the shop and scoped out what we'll buy when we go on the big Lapland trip (which is just over a week from ...
... any pictures here as I thought they weren't allowed - so rule abiding huh, only to find numerous others snapping away oh well. It was fun to wander around, you can even pickup vodka which might be specific to the hall amongst huge selections of chocolates, sweets, pastries and more. The lemon loaf was simply divine. There's another food hall I would have loved to check out if we had more time. It's in the basement of Stockman's near the train station, which is also supposedly the ...
... of murdering Christian children to use their blood for matzoh (the blood libels), The Protocol of the Elders of Zion was published (accusing Jews of a global conspiracy to take over the world), and regular progroms, followed by the hardships of World War I and the Russian Revolution convinced over 2 million Jews from this area of Europe to settle in the United States and 150,000 Jews made their way to Palestine. Now these two areas are the ...