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On the other hand, if you visit St. Petersburg you will find places like the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, built on the site where Tsar Alexander II was assassinated; the Hermitage Museum, one of the largest art galleries in the world; the fortress of St. Peter and Paul, which served as a prison for political prisoners from 1720 until 1924, when the fortress was transformed into a museum; and its many palaces, such as the Peterhof, a set of palace and gardens that you can not miss, the Catherine, the Pavlovsk, the Yusupov or the Marble Palace.

I like it above all because it allows me to do what I love and that is to travel and meet people from all over the world, learn and share knowledge of Culture, Gastronomy, Languages and much more. I want to be a traveler influencer and motivate more people to do what they like.

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The first thing we found is the magical St. Basil’s Cathedral, a real beauty! You can tour it inside but for me the most beautiful thing is its exterior facade.  At the other end of the Red Square we have the famous State Museum of History, a reddish building with a lot of charm.

Just on one side of the Kremlin is the famous Mausoleum of Lenin, the leader of the Russian revolution. It is a place guarded 24 hours by Russian soldiers and you can see his “mummy”, a curious experience at least. Right there very close we also have the tomb of the unknown soldier, a classic to take a photo…

It will be late and we will have tired legs, what better than to approach to rest a little and have a drink at the famous Arbat street and its alleys full of history. This place has witnessed wars and bombings, now converted into an important pedestrian shopping street where we will find even the most western stores and restaurants. On the way to the Arabat street we will pass by the famous Cathedral of Christ the Savior which is located on the banks of the river and is worth seeing.

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International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi (R) leaves the hotel as the expert mission he leads prepares to visit the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine on September 1, 2022.

A team of United Nations (UN) nuclear experts completed its first safety inspection of Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant on Thursday, even as fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces raged near the facility.

French President Emmanuel Macron vowed Thursday to maintain humanitarian, economic and military aid to Ukraine and strengthen European unity as a way to increase pressure on Russia and prevent it from winning the war there.

A team from the U.N. nuclear agency arrived in Ukraine to inspect safety conditions at Europe’s largest nuclear plant, the agency and the facility’s operator said Thursday, following clashes between Russian and Ukrainian forces that led to a reactor shutdown recently.

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Russians consider themselves to be a well-educated nation. They read a lot, and will be very surprised if you tell them you haven’t read Pushkin or Tolstoy! Books in Russia are cheap, and most people can afford to buy 5-10 books a month without serious consequences for the family budget. Russians are also very fond of live theatrical performances and tickets are affordable (prices in cinemas and theaters are similar), an impressive range of versions available to everyone, including opera, symphony concerts, musicals, ballet, drama, and so on.

During Soviet times, there was a well-developed system of community work, and in every group (classroom at school, department at work, etc.) there was a person responsible in the sphere of sports, education, political information, etc. People who performed these tasks received benefits (free or discounted trips, possibility to buy scarce items, a better apartment, etc.). In this period, everything belonged to the state, and the state controlled the distribution and rewarded the most active citizens. Only after Perestroika did much of the state property become private property. The voluntary system was largely disrupted with Perestroika, but Russians still have an unwavering community spirit (which sometimes goes to extremes considered by Westerners as a discredit).

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