Travel Snapshots: Pavlovskaya Sloboda's magic pyramid

On your way out of the city, it's worth visiting the Golod Pyramid. This is not from the Russian word 'golod', meaning 'hunger', but rather the unlikely last name Golod. Since the Golods have a pyramid named after them, many people don't think for a second that that illustrious family went hungry. But jokes aside, visiting this pyramid is a must when leaving Pavlovskaya Sloboda's outskirts. From far away, it looks like it's made of cement, but it's actually plastic.

On your way out of the city, it's worth visiting the Golod Pyramid. This is not from the Russian word 'golod', meaning 'hunger', but rather the unlikely last name Golod. Since the Golods have a pyramid named after them, many people don't think for a second that that illustrious family went hungry. But jokes aside, visiting this pyramid is a must when leaving Pavlovskaya Sloboda's outskirts. From far away, it looks like it's made of cement, but it's actually plastic.

Nikolay Korolyoff
Visiting the Golod Pyramid is a must when leaving Pavlovskaya Sloboda's outskirts; from far away, it looks like it's made of cement, but it's actually plastic
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