For information call 8 (8-15-33) 3-42-60.
Hope the following gets a chuckle out of you. Too bad “sniffing” it with a piece of brown bread was not included, the hard-core drinker style.
Was pointed to this review of the advantages of getting the Russian citizenship and steps in the process described at nomadcapitalist.com. In all these years I’ve only had one client who went through it in the relatively liberal 2000s, and it took him a year of full-time work, and by the time he got his permanent residence he came to hate the country and returned to the States in disgust with Russia. Still, I get this question once in a while, and reading this article may be a good place to start.
Too bad but our wonderful tenants of two years are leaving us. Thus this Moscow apartment is available for rent starting beginning of July 2015. 5-7 min. from Red Square, 2 rooms + loft, air, washing machine.
The building was put up by the vodka oligarch Smirnoff in 1903. Window of our apartment, looking onto the canal, are circled in red on the photo above.
The building has its own website, where you can get acquainted with it more closely.
The apartment is quiet, cozy, and charming. Ideal for academics and creative types. All the conditions for intellectual and creative work, as well as romance.
For years I’ve been renting this place out to travellers from abroad, short-term. In the last two years an artistic couple from St. Petersburg, Xenia and Leo, have been occupying it. You can speak with them on how it is to live there.
In view of the fact that apartment owners (us) are presently far from Moscow, we are looking for long-term tenants who will appreciate the location and the apartment itself, quiet and reliable people, with whom we could transact over distance.
Children and animals are welcomed!
We’ll be happy to answer any questions. Write to email@example.com. Tell us something about yourself. It is important for us who lives there.
No agents please. Do not write to us. Under no conditions will we deal with an agent.
About the apartment:
Ceilings 4m. Large windows overlooking the canal. Very quiet.
tvkultura.ru reports that the house where Gagarin lived during his pre-cosmonaut days while serving for the northern air fleet has been moved to the closed military town of Safonovo ~25km NE from Murmansk, where it has been restored and made part of the local aviation museum exposition.
The museum can be visited “by appointment only” and a permit, said to take about a month to obtain, is required to enter Safonovo.
Museum’s tel. number is +7(81537)64398.
Kashkarantsy is a village in the Ter district of the Murmansk region, population as of 2002 was 88 people, located 100km from the district center of Umba.
Murmansk-based information agency flashnord.com reports that Murmansk prostitutes are raising their fees from present 3 to 7 th. roubles ($70-150) for a two-hour session to match the recent rise in the $$ rate.