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WHEN A GOAL SCARE YOU A LITTLE, EXCITING A LOT – Living creatively in Yekaterinburg

Think creatively, where the Romanovs had met their end Albert Camus was convinced that creativity allowed us to shape our destiny. This is what happened beyond the Urals, in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg http://en.ekburg.ru/INFO/Turisticinformationservice/. With the words of George Bernard Shaw, in this regard, we should remember that the golden rule is that there are no golden rules. In …

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INTRODUCE URAL’S BEAUTY TO CONTEMPORARIES – Veniamin Leontievich Metenkov: A founder of photography in Urals

A great collection of photos and a house, where a studio used to be One of the things to do is roll around in the snow. Welcome to the Russian banya, into the Urals, in Yekaterinburg https://www.visitrussia.org.uk/blog/a-fans-guide-to-yekaterinburg/, where holidaymakers are stopping by too, to break up their Trans-Siberian journey. Day trips to national parks you offer the chance to escape …

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MULTI-HYPHENATE FASHION DESIGNER – Gosha Rubchinskiy: Taking inspiration from Russian street and youth culture

Where contextual creativity guide through Russia’s underground rave culture Looking for shopping malls in Yekaterinburg‎, where tops with prints and sport shoes are the basics in everyone’s wardrobe, you can remember the Pokrovskiy Passage http://www.ppassage.ru/, a modern shopping center is located in the heart of the city. Popular local brands are Urals and Recycled Skateboards. Here, you will find more …

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A CREATIVE LEGEND IN YEKATERINBURG – Old Man Bukashkin: Growing like a medieval, Slavic harlequin sharing songs and dance

Yekaterinburg’s Folk Punk Legend Its menu spans all the Russian classics with no surprises. Visiting Yekaterinburg, do not forget enter Cafe Kuznya https://restaurantguru.com/Kuznya-Yekaterinburg, the fascinating cafe with wooden interiors crafted by a woodwork artist. Here you can read Ekaterinburg: The Last Days of the Romanovs, a vivid account of the final thirteen days of the Romanovs, until 4 July 1918 …

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A POET, GRANDFATHER OF RUSSIAN ROCK – Alexei Khvostenko: Poet and songwriter, painter, sculptor and visual artist

Although he did not consider himself a dissident Large Georgian restaurant Khmeli Suneli https://en.hmeli.ru/ is the best of its ilk in Yekaterinburg, the one where you find a large range of fish and red meat dishes and delicious shashlik. If you are looking for music, the Philharmonic it hosts regular performances by the acclaimed Ural Mountains academic orchestra, but here …

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TO EXPRESS SPIRITUAL CONTENT, BY UNITING ABSTRACTION AND REALITY – Georgy Shishkin: Painter who captured the enigma of Russia

A Russian master of modern portraiture You will need to get a government permit, if you want to visit for yourself. Layers of the mineral carnallite cause its surreal swirls. Entering Yekaterinburg Psychedelic Salt Mines https://weirdrussia.com/2014/06/20/psychedelic-salt-mines-of-yekaterinburg/, you too will consider it is hard to believe that colored dizzying patterns are completely natural. Here, you can admire paint rivers color on …

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WHERE YOU CAN FEEL THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE – There are no shortcuts worth going, knowing Seoul’s creativity

Miracle on the Han River, a model country in socio-economic growth For most of us, the greatest danger is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that is it too low and we reach it. Do not forget this, visiting Seoul https://english.visitseoul.net/index. The best Korean creative people look up. Following theyr steps, you too will …

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REJECTING FORMULAIC CUSTOMS AND ANGLES – Kim Jung-man: The spotlight fashion photographer who had capture his subjects, in the most natural poses

Searching for Roots of Korean Performing Arts Among best places to go shopping in Seoul, you find Myeongdong Market and its dozens of department stores, shopping malls and street side shops. If you are looking for underground cultures and freedom of self-expression, you can enter Hongdae district. Its shops selling goods ranging from handmade clothes to luxury goods. Looking for …

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BRING COLLECTIBLES INTO CLIENT’S WARDROBES – Hyemee Lee: The curiosity of the moment, with a taste for vintage sensibility

When top-selling item is a chic and sleek iPhone case bearing Marked by promising design talent, its reputation doesn’t seem to waning any time soon. K-fashion is the next move for South Korea’s capital. Its fashion scene is very much involved with street culture. Seoul Fashion Week has attracted international praise. In 2012, between Korean fashion brands, textile manufacturer Cheil …

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WHEN A NOVEL IS FABLE-LIKE IN STRUCTURE – Han Kang: Korea’s Kafka

Why a novelist turns a woman into a plant Book-themed cafes emerge in Seoul as evolving cultural spots. Clustered in the city’s Hongdae area (home to Korea’s major publishing houses), its cafes that provide books to read, reflect a ever-changing trend have been, also becoming a favorite place for many writers and artists. Entering Cafe Comma https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cafe-Comma/136371636460285, you discover bookshelves …

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