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Kazan Kremlin (for world heritage request) Spaso-Efimiev Monastery in Suzdal Church of Elijah the Prophet in Yaroslavl

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April 15, 2010. Russia, Tatarstan, city of Kazan. Pictured: Kazan Kremlin

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March 19, 2010. Spaso Efimiev ( Saviour Efimiev )Monastery in Suzdal

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March 19, 2010. Church of Elijah the Prophet in Yaroslavl city of Russia
Severe snowstorm and frost in the Arctic city of Norilsk Commonwealth Antarctic Expedition John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

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January 22, 2010. Severe snowstorm and frost in Norilsk city - the northernmost city in Siberia and the world`s second largest city (after Murmansk) north of the Arctic Circle.

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January 22, 2010. Kaspersky Commonwealth Expedition takes women from 8 commonwealth countries to ski 900km accross the antarctic. The expedition was organized by Kaspersky Lab and comprised women from Cyprus, Ghana, India, Singapore, Brunei, New Zealand, Jamaica and the United Kingdom as they ski over 900 kilometres across Antarctica to the Geographic South Pole. Pictured: Patriot Hills basic camp ; member of the expedition Felicity Aston (GB)

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December 14, 2009. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston.
St. Basil`s Cathedral The Grutas Park theme park in Lithuania Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park in Australia

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November 26, 2009. St. Basil`s Cathedral on the Red Square in Moscow

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October 05, 2009. The Grutas Park theme park in Lithuania. The Grutas Park (unofficially known as Stalin`s World; Lithuanian: Gruto parkas) is a sculpture garden of Soviet-era statues and an exposition of other Soviet ideological relics from the times of the Lithuanian SSR. Founded in 2001 by entrepreneur Viliumas Malinauskas, the park is located near Druskininkai, about 130 kilometres (81 mi) southwest of Vilnius, Lithuania. The aim of the Grutas Park exposition is to provide an opportunity for Lithuanian people, visitors coming to Lithuania as well as future generations to see the naked Soviet ideology which suppressed and hurt the spirit of our nation for many decades . Pictured: exposition of Soviet era monuments glorifying Soviet idols and ideologists - monument to Lenin

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October 05, 2009. Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park in Cairns , Australia. The park shows the culture of the indigenous rainforest people of Tropical North Queensland. Pictured: aborigin shownig the boomerang to the tourists
Jurassic Park theme park in Siberia Peterhof country residence of Russian emperors Russia revives gold mining in the Gulags regions

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October 05, 2009. Jurassic Park in the West Siberian city of Khanty-Mansiysk of Russia presenting sculptures of the late Jurassic era animals and pre-historic people. Pictured: sculptures of mammoths

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September 22, 2009. `Legend of the Four Elements` light and music show on Grand Cascade from top terrace in Peterhof . Peterhof is a brilliant country residence of Russian emperors .Pictured: Fountain `Samson` is the biggest fountain of Grand Cascade in Peterhof Palace.

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September 14, 2009. On the picture: an employee washing out the gold . Kolyma of Magadan region is the region that was first mined in the 1930s by prisoners of the Gulags set up by Soviet leader Josef Stalin. So many GULAG prisoners have died at a Kolyma goldmines. Russia is one of the world’s leading mineral producing countries including metals, and gold as well.Only South Africa holds more gold than Russia. Today Russia ranked fifth among the world`s gold miners last year, between Australia and Peru, with an 8 percent share of output and for the last few years Russia is increasing its gold production. The production of gold rose 13 percent in 2008, the first increase in six years, and jumped another 25 percent in the first half of 2009.
Shlisselburg Fortress Costa Luminosa cruise ship Stalin’s Bunker Museum in Moscow

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September 09, 2009. Shlisselburg Fortress an old Russian fortress on Orekhovy Island, at the Neva`s headwaters on Lake Ladoga ,35 kilometers east of St. Petersburg. The fortress is UNESCO World Heritage Site. (As part of the Swedish Empire, the fortress was known as Nöteborg (`Nut-fortress`) in Swedish or Pähkinälinna in Finnish, and became the center of the north-Ingrian Nöteborg county (slottslän)).

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September 08, 2009. Costa Luminosa cruise liner of Italian cruise line Costa Crociere S.p.A. (Carnival Corporation)harboured in St.Petersburg , Russia. The Costa Luminosa has iridescent interiors decorated with superior materials including fine marble, timbers and mother of pearl. The decor also includes state-of-the-art technology providing stunning light and color effects.

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August 28, 2009. Stalin’s Bunker museum is located in Izmailovo area of Moscow and represents a war-time underground headquarters. In 1930-s a whole underground town was built under the sports stadium in Izmailovo and was used by Stalin , the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Soviet Army, as an emergency command centre during the years of the World War II . Pictured: Stalin`s army-type jacket
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