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  1. Hi - just spent individually 3 weeks in Moscow and Kostroma/Volga. I have no Russian roots and my Russian is very basic, I just wondered what it would be like. Well, people are very very nice, but the country is not touristic at all. As an individual traveler you are much better off in France or Britain or Germany. My postcards from Moscow to Europe from 3 weeks ago haven't arrived yet. Coins in circulation are 10 rubles, 5 rubles, 2 rubles, 1 ruble, 50 kopek and even 10 kopeks, the latter being a small fraction of a penny or EURO cent. Any questions regarding present day Russia? Sigi
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