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Compiled by Ross Hunter

Summer holiday relaxation

Moscow is full of green places. Have you been to them all yet?

Here are seven of Moscow’s great parks, and six photos.

Which is which? Which one has been missed?

The Botanical Gardens (North)
Ismailova Park (North East)
Kuskovo (East)
Kolomenskaya (South)
Mandelstam Park (SW, Frunzenskaya)
Park Pobedy (West)
Serebryanny Bor (North West)

Around Moscow word search

Can you find at least 26 places, formal/famous names, familiar names, Russian words, common nouns and people? Hint: every square is used, except the Red Square, which is next to the Kremlin.

Summer word pairs

Match each Russian word to its partner or opposite

Bereg - Sever - Gorod - Zagar

Paysage - Solnitsye - Plage - Yug

Mini Sudoku July

Usual rules: 1-6 in each row, column and box.

Answers to June puzzles


(l to r) Oak, birch, ash, beech, willow

Fagus is beech in Latin, Quercus is oak, Salix is willow, Ilex is holly and Acer is sycamore.

Avian footprints

(l to r) Eagle, crow, duck, penguin, gull

Word Search: 23 birds and animals to find

Across: hornbeam bat willow rowan owl birch ash larch.
Down: sparrow crow owl tit bullfinch rook owl beech.
Up: gull, cat. Diagonal: fir chaffinch pigeon cat fir.

Mini Sudoku solutions: see 

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