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... and maintaining an empire. Also, to create a Russian city that would rival Amsterdam, London, and Paris.
*War between Russia and Sweden
*Significance of Peter’s travels through Europe
http://www.rmg.co.uk/explore/sea-and-sh ips/facts/explorers-and-leaders/peter-t he-great
As soon as I emerge from the subway, I am amazed. ...
... a glass of white wine for Mandy but clearly Vikings weren't that big on wine as the barman had the whites sitting on the shelf and not in the fridge. She got red wine in compensation. The barman pulled out a beaker and measured the red wine into it. Interesting technique. Steve got quietly ****** on the cheap pints of beer again and Mandy uploaded her ever growing collection of ...
... maintaining something they did not own. And you didn't just live in a flat. If you were very lucky, you (and your family ) got a whole room of the flat. Sometimes only half a room was yours. The rest of the rooms housed other families, sharing one bathroom and one kitchen. Since the fall of communism, people are once again owning their own flats, but often the price of renovating is beyond the means ...
About 500 years ago the first Jews arrived in Russia from among other places, Lithuania, Germany and the Middle East. Our first stop of the morning is the Great Synagogue of St. Petersburg serving a community of 80,000 to 90,000 Jews. According to the cantor (who trained in Miami), the congregation is 'reservadox', although the women sit apart from the men. The building, dedicated in 1893 by Alexander III is large and ...
... 8217;s, and dodged a massive bullet as one of our group decided to get hugely drunk and be generally rude, annoying and insulting. Sounds like he made himself particularly popular with those around him… up the back of the bus we snoozed quietly whilst the Americans next to us played Trivial Pursuit on and iPad,quietly. Oh, and there was a bus quiz, “Luke and his lovely ladies” came 4th.Our prize? Applause… I personally was disappointed!
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