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Andrea is from Mexico. She is a journalist, a peace believer and an eager world traveller. She blogs for different online publications, writing on culture, environment, gender and international development. She fell in love with Russia after her travel in summer 2011.

: These were the first words I observed in a green signboard, as soon as I got out of Moscows airport. It was funny as I could not understand a wordwhat did it say there? For me, the very first mystery of this country was Cyrillic. An impressive language, very different from anything I had ever seen, and of course, I could not understand one word. At the same time, I thought it was fascinating, being this one of the factors that made me feel lost in this scenic country.


   




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