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Sometimes the most incredible things can be hidden in plain sight. In this case, a main thoroughfare in the capital.
By mid-October of 1941, Moscow seemed on the verge of falling to the Nazis. German troops had reached the city’s edge, and there were rumors of fascist tanks closing in.
Thirty years ago this week, Russia became an independent country... again.
In this week's Odder News, a horse dung walking trail, a seal with a very proper name, and Mrs. Russia takes the stage.
In this week's Odder News, futuristic cities, unexpected parliamentary candidates, and the twisties.
In Moscow, a pair of legs with hot red stilettos on one end and a plush purple QR code at the other flounced down a Moscow street and into a restaurant.
Youthful tourism ambassadors might be coming to a Russian region near you.
A usual weather phenomenon called "Milky Rain" occurred recently in the Moscow region, but it wasn't nearly as delicious as it sounds.
St. Petersburg hosts one-eleventh of the UEFA Euro 2020 tournament this summer.
The world's largest museum of tanks opens up in the Moscow region.
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