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  • Schedule
    garden house Students party all teams present themselves at assembly hall Monday 25 April 8 00 8 30 Breakfast 9 00 Transfer to Moscow State University MSU 11 00 13 20 Opening Ceremony 13 20 14 10 Lunch 15 00 18 00 Transfer and excursion to Kremlin and Red Square 18 00 21 00 Moskow panorama and general photo Msu panorama Transfer to MSU holiday house 20 00 21 00 Dinner Tuesday 26 April 8 00 8 30 Breakfast 9 00 11 00 Project presentations 11 00 11 20 Coffee break 11 20 14 00 Project presentations 14 15 14 45 Lunch 15 00 Bus transfer to ancient part of Zvenigorod 15 20 18 20 Excursion Ancient Russia 19 00 19 40 Dinner 19 40 21 40 Outdoor actions Sport party Big Fire guitar event Wednesday 27 April 8 00 8 30 Breakfast 9 00 11 00 Project presentations 11 00 11 20 Coffee break 11 20 13 45 Project presentations 13 45 14 45 Lunch 15 00 16 30 Perfomance of Cossack Choir 17 00 18 30 Musical evening 19 00 20 30 Barbeque 21 00 22 00 Disco Thursday 28 April 8 00 9 00 Breakfast 9 00

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  • Venue
    Mayakovskaya Belorusskaya depending on what part you want to exit at Gorky Park Easily the most well known of Moscow s many parks Gorky Park is packed with a number of theme park rides cafes places to stroll and a quaint looking pond all straddled alongside the Moskva river Gorky Park is a very popular place for Muscovites of all ages In winter it s a popular place to ice skate and it hosts an ice sculpture competition Metro Oktyabrskaya Park Kultury it s a walk along the Sadovoye Ring Road from either of them an easier downhill stroll from the former or a more scenic route over the Krymsky Bridge from the latter Victory Park This massive memorial to WWII was built for the 50 year anniversary of V E day in 1995 On weekends it is very popular with newlyweds The park now has its own metro station of the same name Park Pobedy on the dark blue line There is also a museum to WWII worth visiting if you like military history Kolomenskoye South east of Moscow metro Kolomenskaya 300 meters from the metro exit There are no signs directing tourists to the park entrance Take first coach from the center then turn left in the tunnel and rights There are two major entrances to the park After exit just go straight and you will bump in one of them There is other more romantic way to get there During the summer season special boats operate on Moscow river There are several loading docks along river If you are in the center of Moscow take boat to the south There is a loading dock right in the park Not all boats go there so check it with the crew This former imperial estate is now a very popular weekend destination for Muscovites It is a vast collection of churches and other buildings from the 16 and 17th centuries including some wooden architecture that was transported here by the Soviet government from Karelia Free the park and museum There are individual fees for each exhibition 2 10 per exhibition Vorobyovy Gory The best place for a view of Moscow from the ground Near the main Moscow State University building there is a popular lookout point where one can see much of the city on clear days Metro A walk from either metro Universitet or Vorobyovy Gory VDNKh aka VVTs The Russian acronym VDNKh stood for Exhibit of the People s Economic Achievements It has been since renamed All Russian Exhibition Center Vserossiyskiy Vystavochniy Tsentr However it is popularly known by the Soviet abbreviations Previously this was a massive exhibit of the advances and progress of the USSR Now it is largely a marketplace for everything from computers to bicycles However many of the monuments and fountains here make the area a nice place to stroll You can also visit the adjacent Botanical Gardens Main gates of the VDNKh are a short work down the alley from the Metro station of the same name Christ the Savior Cathedral This cathedral the tallest Orthodox church in the world the largest being the Temple of St Savain Belgrade was blown up on orders from Stalin in 1931 with the view of building the gargantuan Palace of the Soviets to be crowned by a 100 meter high statue of Lenin The project ran into engineering and geological difficulties the area used to be a swamp then the War intervened and the place was ceded to a year round open air swimming pool The pool was razed and the cathedral rebuilt only after the fall of the Soviet Union in the mid nineties There is an extensive museum underneath the cathedral documenting its history the original was started in 1839 and consecrated in 1883 Metro Kropotkinskaya Garden of Fallen Monuments Where many infamous statues in Moscow were placed after the Soviet collapse See Dzherzinsky Stalin Brezhnev and others Adjacent to the New Tretyakov Museum which houses 20th century art After the Pushkin Museum and the Tretyakov Gallery this is worth seeing Metro Oktyabrskaya Russian State Library One of the largest libraries in the world Anyone Russian or foreign over 18 can view electronic media for free other items may be viewed by purchasing a Reader s Card a photo id to gain access to physical materials Previously received a copy of every book musical score map published in the USSR it now only receives a copy of every Russian book The military reading room receives over 15 000 readers a year State Museum Reserve Tsaritsyno A beautiful reserve in the southern part of Moscow its nucleus being the largest palatial ensemble in Russia Constructed between 1775 and 1796 to be the residence of Catherine the Great the ensemble was abondoned after her death and turned into ruins during following centuries A decision had been reached in 1984 to completely restore Tsaritsyno architectural and park ensemble Majority of the architectural monuments have already undergone restoration Grand Palace having completed by 2007 Exhibitions and expositions of the museum demonstrate various pages of Tsaritsyno history and rich collections of arts and crafts Metro Tsaritsyno Orekhovo Contact Mobile In Moscow there are three main GSM operators MTS Beeline Megafon and they often have offers that give you a SIM card for free or at least very cheap If you are planning to stay a while and to keep in touch with Russian people then you should consider buying a local pay as you go SIM card instead of going on roaming Almost any European phone and those from the US which work on a GSM network T Mobile or AT T carry the tri band or World phone designation and had been unlocked should work on the Russian standard if yours is not one of those a basic new candybar will still run you considerably less than 50 without a contract If you buy a SIM card from a shop you ll need your passport for identification

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  • Sponsors
    Regulation Participants Jury Book of Abstracts Results Gallery Videos Schedule Venue Supporters Login Username Password Remember Me Forgot your password Forgot your username Sponsors Conference is organized with support of Laboratory Of Scientific Creativity MetallInvestBank Dynasty Foundation Nonprofit Partnership Alumni

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    Supporters Login Username Password Remember Me Forgot your password Forgot your username Forgot your Password Please enter the e mail address for your account A verification token will be sent to you Once you have received the token you will

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    Results Gallery Videos Schedule Venue Supporters Login Username Password Remember Me Forgot your password Forgot your username Forgot your Username Please enter the e mail address associated with your User account Your username will be e mailed to the e

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  • Participants
    Abstracts Results Gallery Videos Schedule Venue Supporters Login Username Password Remember Me Forgot your password Forgot your username The list of teams Dmitry Kabak Student Aliaksei Ivanin Student Yuliya Karanouskaya Student Viachaslau Murashka Student Andrei Belashou Student Vitali Zhylko Team

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  • Participants
    Participants Jury Book of Abstracts Results Gallery Videos Schedule Venue Supporters Login Username Password Remember Me Forgot your password Forgot your username The list of teams Igor Ogashawara Jury Julia

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  • Participants
    Participants Jury Book of Abstracts Results Gallery Videos Schedule Venue Supporters Login Username Password Remember Me Forgot your password Forgot your username The list of teams Filip Bzik Student Viktoria Belobrajdić Student Žaklin Lukša Team Leader Ines Kovačić Student Gabriela

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