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Virtual tours of Moscow conducted in Pisa

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Virtual tours of Moscow conducted in Pisa


During the Christmas holidays, the Russian Center of the University of Pisa conducts virtual excursions in Moscow in Russian for students and everyone who loves Russia, but could not go and admire the Russian capital this year.

Several Russian-speaking guides will show students the most beautiful, everyone's favorite places and tell a lot of new and interesting things about the city. The first online tour was devoted to Red Square.

Anastasia Kondrasheva, Pisa

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