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Fun | Sports  | 06.05.22

Russian Daniil Medvedev Received Invitation for Tennis Tournament in Geneva

The second racket of the world, Russian tennis player Daniil Medvedev, received a wild card (special invitation) to participate in the Gonet Geneva Open tournament in Switzerland.   In addition to Medvedev, the tournament will feature, in particular, the current winner, Norwegian Casper Ruud (No. 7 in the ranking of the Association of Tennis Professionals) and

Recommended | Fun | Sports  | 26.04.21

Russian National Team Won 13 Medals at European Championship

The Russian National Artistic Gymnastics Team won 13 medals at the European Championships in Switzerland and took the first team place, RIA News reports. Russian gymnasts have won 5 gold, 7 silver, and 1 bronze medals. The second place was taken by the UK team (1-1-4), and the third place, by the Swiss team (1-1-1).

Insight | Nizhny Novgorod  | 11.02.21

Rope Town to Appear in Nizhny Novgorod Park

The rope town will be created in the children’s zone of the Nizhny Novgorod “Switzerland” park, according to the park’s official Instagram-Page. As of today, the improvement of “Switzerland” is 35 per cent complete.  A rope playground with an area of ​​350 square metres will be installed in a children’s park. It will be made

Visit | Trip Advisory  | 02.08.20

Russia to Resume Flights With Switzerland in August

From August 15, Russia will resume flights with Switzerland, which was announced by the federal operational headquarters for the fight against coronavirus. The flights Moscow – Geneva – Moscow will be operated once a week, RadioSputnik RIA reported.  It is noted that the decision to resume flights between Russia and Switzerland was made on a

Fun | Sports  | 22.01.20

Russians Won Winter Youth Olympic Games

The Russian team won the first place in the medal standings of the Winter Youth Olympics, which was held in Lausanne.  In total, the Russians won ten gold, eleven silver and eight bronze awards. Following was the Swiss national team which took ten gold, six silver and eight bronze. Japan closes the top three with