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Contents of issue June 2006

The Bottom Line

What do You do When Your Flat is Demolished?
Why Lawyers Buy Flats in New-Buildings!

Community News
Community listings, Evolutionary Forces by Fred Flinstone, Visitors by Linda Lippner, Paradise was never lost by Stephen Rabbette, Russian lesson, prepared by Ruslingua

Visa Runs
Your Next Visa Run: Sprint or Marathon?
The wild steppe streches endlessly on, and in the distance a falcon hovers a female goshawk on the hunt in the wilds of Tatarstan.
Flea Markets
The history of flea markets began as many things in present day Russia, with the time of Perestroika.

Geoffrey Cox
Geoffrey Cox, MBE, OBE has lived and worked in Moscow for 13 years. In this interview, Geoffrey shares some of his insights and views into living and doing business in Russia.

The Crimea
When you hear about holidays on the shores of the Black Sea (Chernoye Morye), in Crimea (Krym), in Yalta, you soon realise that this is something out of the ordinary.

Beef Kotleti (Kotlety, Kotletki, Cutlets, Russian Burgers)
Did you ever experience the appetizing smell of kotleti cooked by a typical Russian babushka (grandmother)?

New Zealand Wines
New Zealand flashed in the public eye twice during recent years: as the set for the Lord of the Rings films and for its terrific Sauvignon Blanc wines...
Performing Arts

Musical Cruise on the Volga
with the Russian National Orchestra...
Restaurant Review

Aprils entry into Moscows extravagant restaurant contest was Indus, which offers high-end, progressive Indian fare.
TGI Fridays and Il Patio
As promised in the May issue, this month we are back with Rosinter chains the two in this issue are also worth mentioning for their affordable prices and nice ambiance.

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