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Monthly Archives: September 2014
The Saint Petersburg Metro is located deep underground – so how do the 2.15 million passengers per day who use it get fresh air?
Continuing on my theme of Russian retailers listing their nearest metro station in their advertising, when riding the Nizhny Novgorod Metro I found another interesting advertisement – this time for a payday lender called «Нано-Финанс» (Nano Finance).