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Welcome to my trip to Russia and The Baltics. My first backpacking trip on my own and a real adventure. Meeting lots of cool people as I travelled around and experiencing highs and lows. Enjoys the pictures.....
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... out why the silence. But we left in April without a Russian visa in our passports. No visa, no visit to Russia. As we worked our way north, Darlene, ever persistent, found a company in Prague that would provide expedited visas – for a lot of money. ...
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... (for Alexander I--the tsar who defeated Napoleon) also commemorating this victory. The victory over Napoleon ranks as Russia's greatest military victory along with their World War II victory (which Russian's still call the Great Patriotic ...
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... Volgo-Balt waterway, leading from St.Petersburg to Kizhi and Solovki. In our hotel you will enjoy the charm of Russian North, glittering white nights, virgin forests and unique nature. Quiet atmosphere, fresh air and the genuine beauty of our country will ...Traveler Rating
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Detinets, , Novgorod, North-West Russia, Russian Federation142 reviews
Shaped like a bell and surrounded by 128 bronze figures, this monument to Russia's millennium honors the politicians and other people who most contributed to the development of the country between 862 and 1862.