14 September 2006: Ulan-Ude - City walking tour - Onomastik conference

Ulan-Ude is one of the oldest cities in Siberia, it is the capital of the Russian Republic of Buryatia, has 360.000 inhabitants, is 5000 km away from Moscow and has a distinctive multicultural character!

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Extencive information to the city Ulan-Ude, its history and sights

City centre

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Central place (Place of the council
with the building of the district president
A reconstructed old archway
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the biggest Lenin bust in the world on the Sowjet Place
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Broadcast building (Dom radio) Yurt on the central place
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Hotel Buryatia
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Kwas selling (drink) Gaming machines
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New pedestrian zone - modern shops
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retail trade
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Some things are known from Western Europe...
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Onomastik conference and cultural evening

A cultural evening with dance/ballet and music was organised for the evening of the first day of the scientific Onomastik conference on the university Ulan-Ude.

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go to the old city and to the market in Ulan-Ude

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