Unraveling Russia's Enigma

Delve into the mysteries of Russia with this webstory highlighting 7 little-known, yet intriguing facts.  

1. Vodka vs Tea

While vodka is often associated with Russia, the most common beverage in the country is actually tea. Russian tea culture dates back centuries.

2. Baikal Lake Depth

Lake Baikal, located in southern Siberia, is the deepest lake in the world. This ancient lake holds an astounding 20% of the world's total unfrozen fresh water.

3. Restoring Faith

Many of Russia's iconic churches and cathedrals were literally blown up by the Bolsheviks during the Soviet era. After the fall of the Soviet Union, these were restored.

4. Kaliningrad's Isolation

Kaliningrad is a unique Russian territory that is geographically separated from the mainland, sandwiched between Lithuania and Poland and fringed by the Baltic Sea.

5. Hermitage's Vast Treasures

The Hermitage in St. Petersburg is one of the oldest and largest museums in the world, founded by Catherine the Great in 1764. 

Unlocking Russia's Mysteries

Explore these 7 captivating facts and uncover the secrets of this enigmatic nation.