Tag Archives: Moscow

Summer Junk

There are elements of summer travel that consume the intellect – history and literary settings and reevaluation of the real from the media images we’ve been fed.   There are things that consume the body – sun, mosquitoes.   And … Continue reading

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Moscow, the Post-Modern

Arriving in Moscow feels like stepping onto a crossroads of an entire world, like an ancient-turned-modern capital on the Silk Road.  You see towering blocky skyscrapers and three train stations as once.  People are cutting paths like compasses, their faces … Continue reading

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