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New Holland Island reopens to the public for the last time before a long period of reconstruction begins in the fall.
Athletes braved freezing temperatures and slippery black ice to run a marathon across Siberia's Lake Baikal.
Russia is currently mulling over the idea to resume imports of widely popular Georgian wine, after being banned in Russia since 2006 amid poor relations with the country.
Felt Russian boots, known as valenki, are on display at a small museum in Moscow called the Russian Valenki Museum. The exhibition shows traditional Russian valenki dating back to the 19th century.
Art that was banned 50 years ago for not conforming to the Soviet image in now back on display in Moscow's Manezh exhibition center.
Moscow's first English language radio station has gone on air. The new 24-hr radio station, Moscow FM, started broadcasting this week.
Keenan Kampa has become the first American dancer to graduated from St. Petersburg, Russia's prestigious Vaganova Ballet Academy and hired on by the Mariinsky Ballet.
Ilya Kovalchuk or Russia and the New Jersey Devils has signed to play with SKA St. Petersburg of the Kontinental Hockey League during the current NHL lockout.
The American fast food chain Quizons has announced that it will be entering the Russian market in Moscow and St. Petersburg later this year.
Putin recently signed a new visa agreement with the U.S. after many years of negotiations. The new agreement will mostly benefit Americans trying to obtain Russian visas, as the U.S. already gives two year visas to Russians who pass the application process.
This year Express to Russia has been nominated for the prestigious World Travel Award as "Russia’s Leading Inbound Travel Agency 2012." Voting will continue until September 14th and the winners will be announced on December 12th.
The United Buddy Bears exhibition has come to St. Petersburg. The 143 2-meter tall fiberglass bears decorated to represent each country in the UN are on display in the Alexandrovsky Garden in front of the Admiralty and Gorokovaya Street.
Train service between St. Petersburg and Tallinn, Estonia resumes after four years of being closed.
People who have traveled to Russia will be quick to tell you that Russian food based on meat and potatoes, that's the stereotype and for the most part it's true! Russians tend to eat a lot of meat and put mean in a lot of dishes. However, it is becoming more and more popular to be vegetarian, even vegan.