09.04.2021

Video about Volgograd by Arkadiy Avagimov and Veronika Shegay (VIM, RANEPA branch)

As you already know, in 2021 the partner-cities Volgograd and Cologne are making a joint project together, which is called “Nostalgia Tourist”. Today, we will introduce to you not one, but two amateur tour guides feeling nostalgic for the pre-pandemic sights of their hometown.


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09.04.2021

Volgograd through the eyes of Pavel Bulychev (VIM, RANEPA branch)

In our new article on the topic of “Nostalgia Tourist”, we would like to introduce to you the next videomaker – Pavel Bulychev, a second-year student of the Volgograd Institute of Management – RANEPA branch.


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07.04.2021

Volgograd through the eyes of Angelina Kushnir (VIM, RANEPA)

Today is the day when we start writing about the glorious participants of the “Nostalgia Tourist” project jointly realized by Volgograd and Cologne. On all smartphone screens today will be the first video editor: Angelina Kushnir, first-year student majoring in Sociology on the platform of Volgograd Institute of Management – RANEPA branch.


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07.04.2021

Volgograd through the eyes of Alena Skachkova (VIM, RANEPA)

We will now continue to introduce to our dear audience in Volgograd and Cologne the participants of the Russian-German project “Nostalgia Tourist”. Today on air is Alena Skachkova, a second-year student of the Economic Department of Volgograd Institute of Management – RANEPA branch.


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19.03.2021

Volgograd and Cologne through the eyes of youth: a new project by the partner-cities

After a long break, the year 2020/21 has once again been designated as the Year of Germany in Russia – an especially promising initiative for Volgograd, which has not one, but two partner-cities in the FRG: Chemnitz and Cologne. With the first of them, it is on the level of school exchanges that the most active cooperation is done. In the Cologne case, though, it is college and university students who take the lead. Most fittingly, they will become key participants of the new online project dedicated to the two partner-cities – slightly less lively (due to the pandemic), but just as lovely as ever.


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18.03.2021

The Indian Ambassador praised the Volgograd region and promised to assist in the development of twinning relations

In the end of February 2021, the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Republic of India in Russia, His Excellence Venkatesh Varma, visited the Volgograd region. Why did our region spark the interest of the eminent guest, and what might the results of it be for Volgograd?


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16.03.2021

Sister-cities exhibition has opened in Volgograd Central Park

When to visit Turin for a Chocolate Festival? What to see in Ostrava? What is Coventry famous for? Now, we can find it out – with absolutely no regard to the COVID-19 and the economic crisis!
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16.03.2021

What to do in March and April? A few ideas from the US and Russian cities

On the 9th of March, yet another and already traditional monthly round table was held – dedicated to the Russia-US cooperation and organized by the Sister Cities International. Its participants were treated to two new presentations about the best collaboration practices, a report on the preparation of the Forum of University Presidents and several suggestions about new projects, among which there were the first steps towards the long-awaited “Great Rivers” Project.


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09.03.2021

Silver-Age volunteers are helping Volgograd children become A-students

In January, a project “Back to A and B” (Opiat’ chetyre i pyat’) was put in action in Volgograd, which is all about intergenerational cooperation. Within its frame, silver-age volunteers are helping children from large families learn and revise difficult topics from various school subjects. In 2020, this project won the All-Russian Grant Competition “Young at Heart”.


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05.03.2021

Coventry is to become the UK City of Culture in 2021

Once in every 4 years, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland chooses a city that will become the country’s City of Culture for the next 365 days. Earlier, the honorary title had been awarded to the Irish Derry/Londonderry and Kingston-upon-Hall on the eastern coast.


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