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A city with palaces alongside business towers, royal gardens in view of shopping districts, and historical landmarks as public transportation hubs, Moscow is truly a city unlike any other. More than eight centuries of history have shaped this metropolis into the bustling, populous, vibrant destination it is today. The prominent combination of the past and the future make Moscow one of the greatest cities on Earth. The first reference to Moscow was made by Yuri Dolgorukiy in 1147, nine years before the first wall of the city was erected. Moscow grew and developed over the next few centuries and in 1327 took on the title of...Read More

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Perm is a major rail junction connecting Siberia and the Far East with the European part of the country, and the third largest Russian city after Moscow and Saint-Petersburg. Via the Kama river and the system of linking canals perm has got an access to five seas (the Caspian Sea, the Azov sea, the Black Sea, the Baltic Sea and the White Sea). For the last 20 years Perm moved from a city closed to foreigners to a modern regional center with a diversified economy. At present the economic and employment structure of the city has been adapted to these new circumstances and a market economy.

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