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Russian Pastry: Homemade Pies with Meat and Cabbage

It is always a pleasure to make traditional Russian dishes for dinner, especially if it is pies with cabbage and meat

Unbridling Russia

A closer look at the development of the Russian economy during the rule of Peter the Great

Russia’s Grandest Theatre: Past, Present and Future

MOSLENTA teamed up with historians and employees of the Bolshoi Theatre to take a closer look at one of Russia’s most recognised cultural institutions

The Carved Heart of the Woods

How to make a mansion to be a successful travel brand in the middle of nowhere

A Window Onto History

The Middle Ages, today: what can you see through the new viewing platforms inside the Moscow Kremlin?

Moscow to Praise Spring with ‘Moscow Spring’ Festival

Yes, the official start of spring was two months ago, but only this week a sunny and beautiful weather has finally arrived to the Russian capital

Moscow-Inspired Fashion

Each year sees the emergence of new limited edition collections of clothing, accessories and make-up products created in honour of Russia’s capital

‘Archie Prefers to Sleep on Something Soft’

What it's like to live with a fox in a Russian apartment

French Chef on Russian Cheese, Epiphany Bathing and Banya Nudity

A Bordeaux native talks about how Moscow looks from an outsider’s perspective and why one feels like a child when they don’t know the language

No Grain, No Gain

Russia plans to compete for US market share

Russia to Launch Two Space Observatories Before 2025

The new X-ray and ultraviolet space observatories will be launched into orbit within the next decade

‘I Don’t Think There’s a City I Can Compare Moscow With’

A young dancer from Amsterdam talks about life in Russia, apartment design and Russian-made “Dutch” cheese

A Cyrillic Fashion Statement

A bank clerk from England, a Serbian DJ and a Taiwanese model explain why they wear – and adore – clothes with slogans in Cyrillic lettering

A Rough Guide

Homeless tour guide shows visitors the real St. Petersburg

Smell of Paint and Sound of Trams: Russia as Seen by a French Artist

An monologue by a Frenchwoman who moved to Russia, traveled across the entire country, made it through two economic crises and managed to raise four children along the way

Poles Apart

The peoples of the Far North have developed unique biological mechanisms to adapt to extreme climates

Russian Museums to Get Augmented Reality App

Users will be able to get instant information about any work of art just by using a new app

Ten Reasons to Visit the Moscow Cosmonautics Museum

Check out our list of things to do there, then come and experience it first-hand