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News, quotes and tidbits from around Russia.
St. Petersburg's deputy governor put forth a compelling reason for his city's more lax coronavirus regulations, compared to Moscow's.
This week's Odder News features monuments for dead villages, ancient memes, and a mirror for Putin.
“It’s not clear how he found himself at school: maybe someone threw him out or he crawled away. As our specialist said, the python is full. Such an animal is able to swallow even a cat. And it’s a great happiness that no one was hurt.”
– Alena Shibanova, a representative from the Good Home Animal Shelter, on a two-meter python found near a school in Kineshma
This week's Odder News reads like a bad movie, full of forgotten headstones, zombies, and a disagreement settled with firearms.
This week arts and crafts flourish under quarantine; a heatwave hits an unlikely place, and coronavirus fashion hits a new high (or low?).
The Moscow Zoo laments the loss of an 84-year-old, WW2-veteran alligator.
“On the day of his 80th birthday, Brodsky returned to Pestel Street—he is looking directly at his balcony in the house where he lived, those same one and a half rooms from where he left forever. But poets always return.”
– Creators of a large graffiti display depicting the poet Joseph Brodsky
Saturn, a Mississippi alligator, saw Hitler and survived the Battle of Berlin. A tribute to the Moscow Zoo's greatest reptile.
Despite a quarantine, Russians still managed to join together to celebrate Victory Day (from their balconies).
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