Three Days In Moscow

I had already shared my Moscow experience in my previous articles. I am sharing a few more images, which I came across while cleaning my hard disk and found them to be interesting. Most of the images were taken from a basic Canon 450D. During my three-day stay in Moscow, I used to spend a lot of town around Red Square. From bars to shopping malls, I tried to capture diverse locations to get a glimpse of Moscow’s daily life. It was a quick yet memorable trip for me. I am sure you will love these images. meбольшо́е спаси́бо

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Say ‘Hi’ To Mighty Moscow

In my previous Moscow post, I told you how I explored and completely enjoyed this mighty city.  However, three days were not enough to know the city. During my trip, I captured hundreds of images of this beautiful city. So, I would like to take the opportunity to help you feel Moscow by viewing these images.  Hope these images inspire you to visit this historic city in future.

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Tips For Indian Tourists Before Visiting Russia

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There are few tips that every Indian tourist should keep in mind before visiting Russia. It will definitely help you in exploring the majestic country.

Russian Information Centre in India has prepared a detailed invaluable list for Indian travellers to make our journey hassle-free and smooth. Please read them carefully.

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1. Russians like India, it’s culture and history. Most Russians have a positive image about India and expect closer, increased relations and co-operation between the two countries.
2. Smiling to strangers is not a part of Russian culture. Russians are polite and professional, and they do smile whole heartedly after they come to know you – which often takes time.
3. Revolution and two world wars, dramatic political changes of the past century have a clear bearing on every Russian’s mind. Hence, Russian people think very deep while they generally look forward to a secure and prosperous future. For the same reasons, Russians can be protective about their culture, language and the country. Sometimes to the point of fiercely defending their beliefs.

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