weekly log 2 - Colleen Fantin Weekly log 2 Up until 1991...

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Colleen Fantin Weekly log 2 Up until 1991 Russia was part of the former Soviet Union, consisting of 15 very different countries. The European side of Russia including, Moscow, and St. Petersburg are two of the most populated cities. There are many interesting things to do and see within Moscow. The Red Square is home to many beautiful governmental buildings, and the famous tomb of Lennon. Moscow can we quite an expensive city so if you do not plan on spending a fortune I suggest visiting outside of Moscow. As you travel throughout Russia you may come across several language barriers. Depending on where, you may meet people who speak Ukrainian, Russian, Polish, Chinese, or even a combination of two. As you reach the northern part of Russia make sure you have your warmest winter apparel. Temperatures can reach well below 0* Fahrenheit. If traveling to the north is not for you, maybe traveling to the Asian side of Russia, just east of the Ural Mountains. The further east you go, the lower the population
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2009 for the course RUS Rus2710 taught by Professor Laurakline during the Winter '09 term at Wayne State University.

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