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... finally coming up the rear a dozen men in golden mitres, some with crosses on. Opps and I stand up, me thinks we have the Patriarch of Moscow here and maybe the big boy of the Russian church. Lot more singing and off they all go in a procession with the congregation behind. Then this man shoves me down the steps (all OK a lady caught me) and starts conducting the bells in the bell tower which peel out as said priests process. Words fail ...
... br> President Boris Yeltsin sends in troops to seize parliament from opponents of his rule.
A dispute between Ministers of Parliament and President Yeltsin in 1993 ends when the army shelled parliament
Referendum approves a new constitution giving president sweeping powers. Communist and nationalist opposition makes large gains in elections to new Duma parliament.
Russia joins Nato Partnership for Peace ...
... confused. some total stranger must have been following us since we asked for directions, as he walks over from his platform, and tells us that its the platform to our right, and its one stop. im completely confused, and we get the train one stop, and we are where we are supposed to be. we then figure out that the metro is much easier if you use the number of the line as a reference, rather then the colours, as some of them are brown versus, dark brown, green versus ...
... Politics I am not very much into politics but it would still be nice to get an overview of how politics are done in Russia and about current national issues. Two specific questions that also come to my mind are the following: What does the majority think of the Crimea crisis? How is the current relationship between Russia and USA? Personal learning goals So far I have observed myself spending most of the time with the same classmates, which is ...
... been a popular site for both Muscovites and tourists to rendezvous.
The Cosmonautics Memorial Museum
Sputnik, the world's first satellite, was sent into space from the Soviet Union on 4 October 1957. Soon after, a contest was announced to find the best design for a monument to mark this historic occasion, and five years later the Explorers of the Cosmos monument ...