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    Armored BMW X5 Security Plus

    BMW has announced that, later this month at the Auto Show in Moscow, will expose the armored model of X5 named Security Plus. Armored X5 meets safety standards VR6 level, while the highest level VR7 otherwise provides BMW 7 Series High Security. The car is of course undergone a number of changes that, among other […] More

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    Imperial Jewels of Russia River Cruise from Moscow to St Petersburg

    There’s no better way to explore Russia’s most iconic and famous places than onboard the Scenic Tsar through 15 day cruise from St. Petersburg to Moscow. This unforgettable journey will allow travelers to experience Russia’s diverse landscapes, peppered with ancient fortresses, palaces, churches and wooden villages. First five days are reserved for the historical and […] More

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    $1.7Million ZIL Limousine Is On Sale In Moscow

    In the Moscow, is on sale the ZIL limousine made in 1989, that was used by former presidents of Russia Mikhail Gorbachev and Boris Yeltsin. This armored vehicle is normally made ​​especially for the first man of the former Soviet Union, and is powered by a 7.7 liter V8 engine with 315Hp. It is sufficiently […] More

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    New BUBEN&ZORWEG VIP Lounge in Moscow – Zhukoffka Plaza

    BUBEN&ZORWEG chose Moscow exclusive “Zhukoffka Plaza” for its latest VIP-Lounge. Located in the most affluent residential quarter of the Russian capital,” Zhukoffka Plaza” is one of those exceedingly rare places which include some of the greatest luxury brands in the world such as Hermès, Christofle, Saint-Louis, Etro Homme Collection, Pratesi, A. Raynaud & Lauren Home, […] More

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    New Miss Universe 2013 Glowed in $1 Million Swimsuit

    The newly crowned Miss Universe, Venezuelan beauty Gabriela Isler gleamed in Moscow on Sunday, not only in her natural beauty, but also in a “simple” swimsuit worth $1 million. The gorgous 25-year-old TV personality made her first official public appearance as Miss Universe at ceremony by posing in a jewel-studded swimsuit designed by Yamamay, an […] More

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    Russians Can Now Have Breakfast at Tiffany’s

    Russian tycoons would not have to travel to New York looking for Tiffany’s goods. Luxury American multinational jewelry and silverware corporation, with headquarters in New York City reportedly plans to open a two-level store in Moscow’s GUM department store in Red Square. The luxury 4,520 square feet store is expected to be opened in the […] More

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    Monkey Photos Sold For $76,000 At Sotheby’s

    Although blurred, out of focus, and sideways shot, photos made ​​by talented Russian chimpanzee Mikki have sold at Sotheby’s auction in London for $76,680. Blurry photos of the Moscow Red Square were sold as part of the Russian segment of the photos in the auction house, and Mikki handiwork bought the Russian art collector Kira […] More

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    Top Five Billionaire’s Cities In 2011

    The richest man in the world is the telecommunications and business magnate from Mexico, Carlos Slim Helu. What is interesting is that Mexico isn’t on the list of the world’s five top cities for billionaires. Here is the list: No. 1: Moscow Number of Billionaires: 79 Total combined wealth: $375.3 billion Moscow’s most wealthy inhabitants […] More

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    Napoleon’s Love Letter Auctioned In Moscow

    Napoleon’s Love Letter The  letters are a real rarity in this age of modern communication. Therefore worth more! Dictators are generally known for their power and a folly, rather than the outpouring of loves and romantics. Then imagine the value of a letter written by Napoleon Bonaparte addressed to his first wife Josephine de Beauharnais […] More

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    French Riviera Luxury Train for the People who Enjoy the Experience of Travelling

    French Riviera Luxury Train In a throwback to pre-revolutionary days, Russian Railways just launch a regular train service between Moscow and Nice, a southern French city popular among Russian social elites and wealthy businessmen. The Moscow-Nice route existed from the late 19th century until the start of WW1 in 1914 and its resumption in the […] More