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... Russian officials in connection with the death in custody of lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, Moscow bans Americans from adopting Russian children and stops US-funded non-governmental organisations from working in Russia.
The Kremlin announces that the state-owned news agency RIA Novosti and the Voice of Russia radio station are to be restructured and placed under the control of a pro-Kremlin figure known for his extreme anti-Western ...
... Vladimir Putin riding a bear and a set of Russian dolls made up of Russia's political heavy weights of the 20th century. The dolls won on the day and will be making some photographic appearances on here in due course...on that note, it's lucky that our camera is wide angle: the buildings in Moscow were of a grandeur in size and design that it would make it difficult to fit them in otherwise. This was particularly notable in trying to capture ...
As the song goes......What a difference a day makes !!!
Yesterday it was t-shirts. Today it is t-shirt, jumper, coat and anorak.
It's cold and damp ! Moscow autumn has arrived !!!!
I'm so glad I re-organised my day yesterday so I was outside in the sunshine.
Today, I went to the Kremlin.
I'm desperate to see a Faberge Egg and I'm told that there are quite a few in the Armoury Museum in The Kremlin.
So, seek and ye shall ...
... 1885 and 1917.) We also stared at crowns covered in diamonds, rubies, emeralds, pearls, gold and silver; and orthodox books, icons, platters, urns, thrones and armor. No pictures are allowed inside the Armory but we did manage to sneak in one of the Fabergé eggs.
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Moscow was not anything about which we were cautioned. No dark, dreary city. No ...
We finished the day with a group farewell dinner at a Georgian Restaurant before going back to the hotel and packing for India. Russia has been an incredible experience, the people the food and the culture. One thing to note before I end, is that the electricity in Russia operates at twice the voltage of American power infrastructure….something that my roommate Graham experienced unfortunately when he attempted to run on our ...