Experts fear Tannhauser case a warning, despite dismissal

Experts fear Tannhauser case a warning, despite dismissal

March 12, 2015 Yekaterina Sinelschikova, RBTH

A lawsuit filed by a local branch of the Russian Orthodox Church against the director of the Novosibirsk State Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet was dismissed, but the case could indicate an increase in church influence

New giant holes found in Yamal permafrost

New giant holes found in Yamal permafrost

February 25, 2015 Anna Sorokina, RBTH

Scientists spotted the new holes, along with dozens of other smaller ones, in the same area as other enormous craters that were found on the Yamal Peninsula in summer 2014

The snow-covered birthplace of the Russian Navy

The snow-covered birthplace of the Russian Navy

January 30, 2015 Evgeniy Sribniy, special to RBTH

The climate in Voronezh is more ‘southern’ than Moscow and is therefore softer and milder, you can confidently plan a trip between February and March and you will be lucky with the weather

Samara metro: one of Russia's safest

Samara metro: one of Russia's safest

January 21, 2015 Slava Stepanov / GELIO, special to RBTH

The Samara underground system was opened in 1987, becoming the fifth metro in Russia and the twelfth in the Soviet Union

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