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Some of Russia's less-traveled regions are hoping to grow a booming ecotourism sector.
A Lenin statue in Russia's Far East temporarily sported a new 'do.
This week's Odder News features three survival stories: survival in the Russian wilderness, on the internet, and in a world filled with cell phones.
What was the spring of 1969 like in the Soviet Union? A cloud of gloom had descended on the country, enveloping both those who could not see it (or at least thought it had nothing to do with them) and those only too aware of it.
In 1947, on the 17th day of February, one of the largest meteorites to strike the Earth in the twentieth century fell in the Russian Far East. Its landing site was a perfect spot from which to watch the Geminid meteor showers.
Russian law enforcement had a busy week, from taking on the ~high~ seas to putting rich jerks in their place.
Things worth knowing on the travel front.
Timur Zarudny takes us to Khabarovsk, the second largest city in the Russian Far East.
Igor Ageyenko, 29, lives in Blagoveshchensk. This week he offers us a tour of his city, plus a few other places in the Amur oblast.
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