Vechniy Ogon (eternal flame) was something you learned about in school pretty early as a Russian kid. It’s by the Kremlin wall on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. It was first lit in 1967, by Brezhnev. This was one of the few things that made a great impression on me in Moscow.
The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Moscow, Russia.
It was a holiday weekend in Moscow. It seemed like everyone decided to get married during those two days. All in all, Russian people continuously surprised me with how romantic they are: holding hands in parks, acting cutesy most of the time and flower shops are just everywhere. That note is just to explain the two brides in the photos :)
How many people do you impact? In this infographic counting the people you impact, find out the data and insight on how many people we meet in a lifetime.
And here we have a highlight that being a kind and well meaning person will inspire others to be better. Just fyi, being kind doesn’t need to be boring because living with a passion is never boring.
Finding these chess matches in different parks in Moscow, Russia, was one the best surprises for me. Some were large gatherings and others more intimate affairs. Each meeting, the men’s faces were lit up with joy which was a rare thing to witness in Moscow.