"MUSEUM NIGHT" WILL BE HELD IN ST. PETERSBURG ON MAY 21«Museum Night» – is an annual event dedicated to International Museum Day, during this event museums have extend hours of work, new excursion programs are being organized, sometimes this affair includes free entry. This year «Museum Night» in Russian museums will be held on different days: in Moscow — from 15 to 16 May, and in St. Petersburg — a week later.
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HAPPY HOLIDAYS, CONGRATULATIONS ON THE GREAT VICTORY DAY!!!
Ccongratulations on the Great Victory Day, a holiday with great moral importance and unifying force. This great holiday will forever be in the fate of Russia and hearts of its citizens!
Great Patriotic War became an unprecedented tragedy for Russian nation, left not-healing traces in our hearts.
Millions of people defended the independence of their country on the battlefileds and back at the home front, and have proven that the nation defending its freedom and the right to life is unconquerable!
PARK INN NEVSKY HOTEL IN ST.PTERSBURG CELEBRATED ITS FIRST ANNIVERSARY
The Park Inn Nevsky Hotel St. Petersburg, youngest member of The Rezidor Hotel Group in St. Petersburg, celebrated its first anniversary on April 26, 2011.
In as little as one year the Park Inn Nevsky hotel managed to gain a good reputation for excellent service under the «Yes I can!» slogan and attentive attitude towards the wishes of the guests. Over this relatively short period of time the hotel is able to qualitatively establish the work of the new hotel and have successfully run a 460-seat «Paulaner» Bar & Restaurant. Park Inn Nevsky is one of the first hotels in Russia which has passed the international environmental certification The Green Key. In addition, the hotel actively participates in the city activities and supports the orphanage. The hotel also participated in Earth Hour and City Cleaning Day. The loyal customers are many major international and Russian companies. During its tenure, the hotel held a variety of private and corporate events, repeatedly accommodated representatives of Major Russian and international corporations.
NEW CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL OPENS IN ST.PETERSBURG
Crowne Plaza hotel with 195 rooms and suites on Ligovsky Prospekt (near Moscow Railway Station) under control of hotel operator Intercontinental Hotels Group opens in St.Petersburg.
The hotel features- fitness club, concierge, parking, equipped with the latest technology business center, a wireless Internet access, a Mediterranean restaurant and a bar in the lobby. Each room has cable TV, DVD-and CD-player, minibar, and a desk.
SPRING AND LABOUR DAY!
May 1 and May 2 Russia will celebrate Spring and Labour Day!
In the former Soviet Union, 1 May was International Workers' Day and was celebrated with huge parades in cities like Moscow. Though the celebrations are low key nowadays, several groups march on that day to protest grievances the workers have.
Since it is a public holiday, most offices will be closed on those days!
Tsar Events office will be opened again on May 3rd.
TSAR EVENTS DMC & PCO WILL PARTICIPATE IN SITE NITE EUROPE, ON 23rd OF MAY IN FRANKFURT
The Site International Foundation invites members, friends and colleagues to meet for Site Nite Europe at the InterContinental Frankfurt on the evening of Monday, 23 May, 7:00 pm — 9:00 pm. Site Nite is a fundraising event dedicated to supporting the Site International Foundation on projects such as the Site Index. Site Nite provides an evening of reconnecting with colleagues and meeting new contacts in a casual cocktail reception format. Modeled after the tremendous success of Site Nite North America, Site Nite Europe stands poised to greet 500 industry professionals with their clients, including 100 IMEX hosted buyers.
LENINS MAUSOLEUM WILL AGAIN BE CLOSED DUE TO 66TH VICTORY PARADE REHEARSALS
From April 29 to May 13 Lenin's mausoleum on Red Square in Moscow will be closed for the visitors due to the rehearsals and holding of the events dedicated to the 66 th anniversary of victory in World War II. Furthermore, access to the Necropolis at the Kremlin Wall will also be closed for visitors.
The Kremlin on May 8 will be open from 12:30 to 18:00, entrance for visitors will take place through Kutafyu tower. Access to the Armory chamber and to the Diamond Fund will be implemented through Borovitsky pass. On May 9th The Kremlin will be closed for all visitors. This February the mausoleum has already been closed for a more than a month for planned maintenance.
NEW PRIMORSKY ZOOLOGICAL PARK IN ST. PETERSBURG
The new Primorskiy Zoological Park in Saint Petersburg will have a unique design.
Designers will attempt to recreate the Paleolithic Pangea (back when all the continents were one big rock), the project will offer a sampling of every continent within the zoo, thus creating an archipelago that represents South East Asia, Africa, Australia, South America, North America and Eurasia. North America and Eurasia will be linked together by a representation of the Arctic Pole.
Covering 300 hectares of land, each mini-island will contain ecological samples and indigenous animals of each respective continent. The animal pavilions will be protected by bubbled steel and glass dome caps, each surrounded by lush greenery and foliage.
As far as going green, the designers have taken environmental impact into account as well. Rather than appearing like prisons for animals, this zoo challenges that stereotype in attempt to create an oasis-like environment, free from the hustle and bustle of Russian city life.
MOSCOW CITY CENTER WILL BE BLOCKED FOR VICTORY PARADE REHEARSAL
Rehearsals for the victory parade which will take place on Moscow’s Red Square on 9th of May are beginning today. During the preparations on- April 26th, May 3rd, and May 7th — police will restrict traffic flows in the city center. All military units and military equipment involved in parade will be directed through the city toward the Kremlin, for this reason some radial lines as well as the entire city center will be blocked.
City center as well as adjacent streets will be closed on April 26 and May 3 from 18.00 and on May 7 from 06.00 and right to the end of practices of all of vehicles involved in the parade, public transport will also be banned from traveling on Leningrad Prospect, 1-st Tverskaya-Yamskaya Street, Tverskaya street, Manej square, Mohovaya street, Vasilevsky descent, Moskvoretskaya and the Kremlin embankment, Borovitskaya square and Vozdvizhenka.
On a Victory Day May 9th the center will be closed for automobiles starting from 6.00 in the morning before the end of the celebrations in the late evening. A large-scale military parade will be held on Red Square, on the same day nearly 200 events will be held in the Russian capital to celebrate the 66th Victory Day, which will be attended by thousands of soldiers, veterans and guests from different cities and countries.