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Wednesday, 19 June, 2013
An excursion to the South-West Wastewater
Treatment Plant in Saint Petersburg.
Solyanka is a spicy soup of vegetables and meat, popular among many regions in Russia and neighboring countries. There
are lots of different recipes of solyanka but today we'll tell how to cook Siberian solyanka on mutton broth.
Belovezhskaya Pushcha is one of largest relict remainders of virgin plain forest, which was growing on the territory of Europe during the prehistoric times. The
dense is situated in the Belovezhsky region on the territories of Byelorussia and Poland. Today, this area is a Global Scientific Ecological Centre.
"Ogni Moskvi" (The Lights of Moscow) museum may be one of the most interesting museums in the capital today, but now it is under the threat of closing. Moscow authorities are trying to give the
building to another organization and the museum will have no place to go to. People write letters to the president in order to prevent the closing and visit the museum for the last time.
It is always interesting to visit market different from
yours. Markets of Uzbekistan are specially colorful.
This is a creepy selection of informational posters from various mental
hospitals of the Soviet time. Do they make your blood run cold?
A very easy but tasty recipe of meat
rissoles with rice and cabbage.
Nesvizh is a very beautiful city in Byelorussia. Here we are going to tell about the most popular and amusing places of interest which must be visited there, if you visit the
city one day. The first one is, of course, the Castle of Nesvizh which was built in the XVI century. This area is also designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
In former times it was a very beautiful estate of one merchant in Yaroslavl. After the hurricane in August, 2010 it
was damaged and heaped up with trees. Let's have a look at the remains of this relict of wood architecture.
In one Russian small village in the Tverskaya region there lives a wife of a herdsman. Tatyana does many things
there, and unfortunately the drink thing is not an exeption; but she's sure she's the "queen" of the village!
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