Moscow River Palace & Kurshskaya Kosa

Saturday: The Curonian Spit (Kurshskaya Kosa, natural wonder not far from Kaliningrad) is home to the highest drifting sand dunes in Europe.

Saturday: The Curonian Spit (Kurshskaya Kosa, natural wonder not far from Kaliningrad) is home to the highest drifting sand dunes in Europe.

Daria Gonsalez
Every person in the RBTH team has his/her own view of the Russian reality. We glance through it, scrutinize, feast our eyes upon it. Noisy cities, abandoned villages, cozy cafes, industrial ghettos, trendy spots and chubby cats... Discover the unusual, magnetic and mysterious side of Russia through the filter of RBTH!

Monday: Lomonosov Moscow State University (view from the Moskva river) looks especially sublime in the light of morning sun. Credit: Ekaterina Turysheva.

Tuesday: River Palace water restaurant is beautiful on a sunny day in Moscow. Credit: Olga Ivanova

Wednesday: A student's work in progress - pottery classes in Moscow are quickly becoming popular as citizens look for ways to take a break from city's busy lifestyle. Credit: Olga Ivanova

Thursday: Golitsyn ponds, another peaceful corner of Moscow where you can ride a catamaran. Credit: Camila Shin.

Friday: After hard working days under the air conditioning in stuffy offices Muscovites try to escape the heat and spend the weekend on white terraces of cafes . Credit: Camila Shin.

Saturday: The Curonian Spit (Kurshskaya Kosa, natural wonder not far from Kaliningrad) is home to the highest drifting sand dunes in Europe. Credit: Daria Gonsalez.

Sunday: Visit Zelenogradsk (the suburb of Kaliningrad) in spring to breathe in the salty cold breeze of Baltic sea. Credit: Daria Gonsalez.

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