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... after the war two thirds of it was sold off at Christie’s of London in 1927 to raise funds for the Soviet Union’s economy, and no doubt helped the profit margin of Christies somewhat! There are rumours that a huge hoard of the jewels remains hidden and undiscovered.
What is left is displayed in cabinets and includes the world’s largest sapphire and the Orlov Diamond thought to be the re-cut Great Mogul that was stolen from the Mogul treasury in the 17th ...
... had not expected the awfulness of the Moscow traffic and it took 2.5 hours to complete the journey although the Viking guide Julia told us that her worst ever journey took more than five hours. Our ship was parked at the Northern River Terminal and we arrived there at around 20:30 tired and ready for dinner. Our cabin is very pleasant with a decent sized balcony and all the staff seem very ...
... us did this and beat the bus back by at least half an hour!
Anyway, on to the Cosmonautics Museum. This was a display of the history of Russian space travel. It is situated in a beautiful park with a spectacular monument on a hill. The museum is set into the hill, under the monument. Inside were displays from the first Sputnik, right up to the International Space Station. The displays were very well set out and informative. Probably the most interesting were the stuffed ...
... America supported Hitler. 5. Western countries want to destroy Russia. 6. Obama's election was not real because nobody really voted for him. 7.if you don't support homosexuality in EU countries you will be arrested. We went to an Indian restaurant for dinner, which was good food and very fast. The students invited Sean and I to relate our discussions with the guides we spoke with and we ...
... metro can be very time consuming. Nevertheless, it’s quite remarkable how people driving Italian, British and German luxury cars can apparently zoom around the wider streets at very high speed without any interference from the police who are in evidence all over!
It will be interesting to visit again in a few more years - my first visit here was 47 years ago. Things have definitely got better since then. Hopefully, I'll be better ...