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Moscow International Cycling Show

Once again the RTE-Group has been working hard to bring the Moscow International Cycling Show to life. This group specializes in hosting the biggest international gatherings, such as congresses, fairs and exhibitions. And as the Moscow International Cycling Show is one of the biggest events of its kind in Russia, the responsibility to organize and see to the smooth running of the show fell to the RTE-Group. The 2008 Moscow International Cycling Show will be held from 22 to 24 February 2008 and the doors to LFC CSKA Sports Center will open at midday each day of the exhibition.

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The Legendary Patriarch’s Pond

“One hot evening, just as the sun was going down, two men appeared at Patriarch’s Pond.” This is the opening line to a book named ‘The Master and Margarita’, written by one of the best authors to emerge from Russia, Mikhail Bulgakov. Sitting quietly on the park bench at Patriarch’s Pond, one can almost see the two men who run into the Devil along the way. Much of the book centers around this magnificent location in Moscow, which attracts many visitors even though is only consists of a pond and a square.

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Laureus World Sports Awards 2008, St. Petersburg

The beautiful Russian city of St. Petersburg is rich in history and tradition, while at the same time embracing modern European values. The city has a well-developed infrastructure and world-class sporting facilities, making it an ideal venue for global sports events. It is fitting then that St. Petersburg has been chosen to host the 2008 Laureus World Sports Awards, which will be held on 18 February in the Concert Hall of the Mariinsky Theater.

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Peredelkino – A Writers’ Haven

Moscow is a bustling city in Russia. Even though it is a historical and architectural wonder, it is a city that never rests. It is always teeming with tourists, businessmen and visitors, and local residents often feel they need to escape the thriving jungle. Just outside of Moscow, approximately twenty kilometers away, is the picturesque settlement of Peredelkino. Many famous writers and poets walked its streets and found inspirations here. Today, rich Russian families find tranquility and peace amongst the magnificent landscapes.

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Explore the Intriguing Vodka Museum

The Vodka Museum, once located in St. Petersburg, is now situated in Moscow. It is very fitting that the museum was moved to Moscow, as it was here where vodka was born in the fifteenth century, when monasteries started producing grain vodka. This clear alcoholic drink has become synonymous with Russia and is a vital part of the culture and history of the country. Amongst the many architectural and monumental attractions in Russia, The Vodka Museum is by far, one of the most popular attractions and most visited museum.

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The Moscow Body Art Festival

We have become accustomed to body art in the form of tattoos and body piercing; people that adorn their bodies with intricate and detailed body art, messages and signs with personal meaning. But in Moscow it will become a celebration of the artists who create the masterpieces and a showcase of their work. The very first international Moscow Body Art Festival will be held in the city between the 13th and 16th of March 2008 and will have some of the best tattoo artists from across the world, in attendance.

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Fantastic Skiing at Mount Cheget

Mount Tcheget, more commonly known as Cheget, is one of Russia’s largest ski areas. Already popular with Russian snow skiers, Cheget is becoming increasingly popular among international snow skiing enthusiasts who are looking for something different. Mount Cheget is situated about 200 kilometers from the Chechan border, close to Mount Elbrus, the highest peak in Europe.

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Massenkoff Russian Folk Festival

Russia is a country that is steeped in tradition and culture and has always managed to captivate the attention and imaginations of audiences and visitors from around the world. One of their most celebrated performing arts groups is the Massenkoff Russian Folk Festival. It is an ensemble, led and founded by Nikolai Massenkoff, of talented musicians and dancers who bring the heart of Russian culture to life on stages across the world. The group has been praised for their unmatched performances and their ability to tell the stories of folk music, culture and tradition through their dances and music.





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