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Day 23: Saint Petersburg

So where were we….? And let this be a lesson to make sure you keep going with the momentum that you have, since otherwise you might end up like this post and be “in the queue” for an inordinately long period of time. 1,228 more words


The Provocations of Putin: Russian Nuclear Bombers Buzz Alaska, Northern Europe

Weakness Invites Aggression. Putin’s Only Responding to Passive U.S. Leadership, Happily Accepting the Invitation 458 more words
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Lives of the Artists XXVI

Paolo Trubetzkoy (1866-1938) was the illegitimate son of a Russian diplomat. He was famed for his sculpture and rapid Impressionistic sketches. He was known also for his vegetarianism. 124 more words


Blinis for Days

18 September, 2014

Well now that I’m coming up on two weeks in Petersburg, I guess it’s time I reflect on some of the day to day life of just surviving in the city, as well as report on my recent adventures. 1,035 more words


Russia from Tatiana

This gorgeous matching postcard and stamp set is the Swallow’s Nest, which is a decorative castle on the Crimean Peninsula, and a symbol of the Crimea’s southern coast. 31 more words


Hungary Kills The Rothschild Banks: Ordered To Vacate Country

Hungary is making history of the first order along with Iceland & Russia.

by:TheVolubrjotr .

Not since the 1930s in Germany has a major European country dared to escape from the clutches of the Rothschild-controlled international banking cartels. 363 more words

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