Natalya Hotel

Address: Antona Buyukly St., 38, Yuzhno Sakhalinsk, Far East Russia, 693000, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Antona Buyukly St., 38, Yuzhno Sakhalinsk, is near Yekaterinburg War Memorial, Eburg circus, and Rastorguyev-Kharitonov's House.
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        A travel blog entry by curious.kat on Jul 09, 2015

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        ... a natural boarder that was officially decreed by Peter the Great. We stop at a memorial site and the sheer number of names is astounding. Louba explains that the memorial stands on a burial site made by the KGB. The remains of over 18000 human bodies were discovered here and, due to the KGB's extensive record keeping, they were able to put a name to every single one. The people buried in this particular site were all killed in a two year span of 1937- ...

        Korsakov, Sakahalin Island

        A travel blog entry by foxiii on Oct 12, 2014

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        ... then head to Japan via the La Pérouse Strait. Tonight I have been invited to the special captains dinner and party he throws for the crew in the restaurant on deck 6 which they close off to passengers for the night. José arranged it with the captain for us to be invited and you cannot say no to an invitation by the captain especially when they have been so welcoming and providing a great experience and not that would say no anyway. ...

        Heavy Metal Man

        A travel blog entry by geoffandpaula on Jul 12, 2013

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        ... as UK service stations as well.
        The next day was taken up with a city walking tour. Yekaterinberg was founded on metal production as was very important during the second world war as it produced a lot metal and weapons. During the cold war it was a military city and was closed to foreigners but has now been opened up. Its also where the last Tzar and his family were executed. They have now built a church over the Engineers Party house which ...

        A City of 'Bloody History'

        A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on Apr 09, 2013

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        ... do things separately, so Steve had to watch me eat my dinner and then he ate my left overs and then he was given his meal, a little odd we thought??

        Our day in Yekaterinburg brings us another tour. We got to see a few sights covering the Europe/Asia border. Here you can see where the newlyweds tie ribbons to the trees to try and bring them good luck. The tradition also sees them drinking champagne and then putting a message in the bottle. They have now ...

        MonuMENTAL Russia

        A travel blog entry by emandjack on May 18, 2012

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        ... on the site of assassination of Czar Nicholas II and his family. While we are suffering from a bit of cathedral fatigue, but it was indeed a nice place to see as it was recently built and we could compare it to the dark and medieval St Basil's in Red Square.

        Probably the most interesting part of our tour was a discussion with the tour guide about the perceptions of Russia in the West and the current political climate. As ...