Russian Sanatarium Tourism, Exotic Pet Ownership in Russia, Ensuring National Security Via Ukraine, Russian Public Housing Khrushchev’s, and the Hermitage Museum Winter Palace Quietly Downplaying Russian Tsar Nicholas II

There are dozens of sanitariums now referred to as “health resorts” along Crimea’s Black Sea coast. These establishments date back to Crimea’s Soviet era and have long been popular with Russian’s on holidays. The term “sanitarium” is derived from the Latin term “sanitas” which means “health” in English. After the annexation of Crimea from Russia in 2014, tourist numbers dropped, so the Russian government started encouraging civil servants and pensioners to visit for subsidized health breaks. Rus...

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