Fire station - 01
Police - 02
Medical aid service - 03
Gas station - 04
Exact time - 060
Finding bureau - 278-36-90
Inquiry office (commercial and municipal organizations) - 09 or 050
Identification of a phone-number by address - 009
Identification of address by family-name - 061
Taxi 312-00-22 or 294-15-52
Dentist 275-35-38 (Nevsky prospect,h.82)
Medical prophylactic center 311-70-33 (Italianskaia street,h.25)
The religious community
St.Trinity cathedral (Alexander Nevsky square, 1)
Roman catholic church of our Lady of Lurde (Kronverksky pereulok,9)
Moslem mosque (Gorky prospect, 7)
Buddhish temple (Primorsky prospect, 91)
Jewish synagogue (Lermontovsky prospect, 2)
Baptist church (Borovaya street, 50)
Electrical outlets in the Russia usually give 220 volt alternating current (A.C.) at a frequency of 50 cycles (European standard) and two-prong plugs-ins are used. This may be different from that in your country. Check the appliances you may be bringing with you to be sure they will work at the above voltages. To synchronize electrical appliances with that an adapter might be needed.
"... The main purpose of my trip to Russia was to participate in AIESEC Russia's
National Congress. Those University students are attempting to create a
successful student exchange program; meanwhile they are changing the face of
a nation even if they do not fully realize it.
The student movement in Russia is in its infancy when compared to the
student movements in western nations. In many universities AIESEC is the
first student group ever. The precedents that they set will define how
students are viewed and how students interact with the decision makers in
their universities, in their cities, in their country.
As Russia struggles to reinvent itself I see those students, such as the
ones I spent my time with as one of the architects of the new Russia. It
seems a forbidding task to me, but the resolve of these people to allows me
little room to doubt that they will succeed.
Being in Russia or any different nation forces you to reevaluate the world,
it makes you look at the world from a different perspective, and that's
probably not such a bad thing..."