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Contents of issue July 2006


I do believe that there is nothing quite in the world which compares to travelling within Russia... by Jeremy Marsden
Threat to Baikal Diverted
In a dramatic televised action in April, Russian President V. V. Putin diverted a potential threat to Lake Baikal, a UN World Heritage site.
Walk in Moscow Oblast
While the snow was still lying on the ground back in March, I noticed a small piece in the Moscow Times about a hiking club that meets every Sunday to hike in the Moscow region.

Wine Tasting at Blue Elephant
This month our Knights of the Vine headed to Thailand, at least the next best thing in Moscow, the Blue Elephant, home to the best and most authentic Thai food in the city.
Restaurant Review

Prince Bagration
Prince Bagration overlooks the new South Korean Embassy building on Plyushchikha.
Molly Gwynns and Bleachers
To continue our series on nice eateries for under $50, John Harrison, our editor, admitted that he wanted to investigate where fish & chips are served in Moscow.
The Bottom Line

Flat Prices - Up or Down?
I heard that each sq. meter increases in value by $8 a month in Moscow, each day...

Community News
Community listings, Business After Hours, Renaissance Pink Party, Linda Lippner Column, GoldenFootball by Katia Moskvitch, Happy Birthday America!, Gone in 60 Seconds by Fred Flintstone

Summer in the City
Moscow is freezing and snow covered during five months of Winter, but when summer comes along, surprising quickly, temperatures rise.
Street Art in Borovsk
There is no easy way to Borovsk, 100 kms south east from Moscow just inside Kaluga Region.
Cosmetics in Russia
Both male and female visitors to Moscow are often most struck by one thing the women.
The Falling Dollar
For those who live and work here, a visit to the local currency exchange point is no longer a rewarding experience.
Keep Fit
Lets face it, little earth shatteringly new information exists on how to get in shape and stay fit in the city, or for that matter, anywhere.
The Arts

19th c Russian Painting
In the 1870s and 1880s, exhibitions of Vassili Vereshchagin paintings (1842-1904) enjoyed enormous popularity in Russia, Europe and the USA.
Eugene Hutz
The Carpathian Mountains of Western Ukraine have a lot in common with New York City, according to gypsy punk rocker Eugene Hutz.

A cold summer soup (a Russian version of the gazpacho) a low carb recipe by Kato Hetschinof

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