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Smoking of hookah in cafes and restaurants of Elista has sharply decreased

The wisdom and foresight of the elders
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Smoking of hookah in cafes and restaurants of Elista has drastically dropped to almost zero, the Chief Advisor to the head of the tourism department of KalmykiaNews reports.

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Cafe “Bellucci”

Group Nortan Cafe “Bellucci”

Concerts of the best bands!

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Anticafe “Attic”

Anticafe Attic Anticafe “Attic”

Playstation 4, Mortal Combat, FIFA and others games!

Free Wi-Fi, tea and coffe!

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14 June is the birthday of Comandante Che

Che Guevara 14 June is the birthday of Comandante Che – great romantic, revolutioner, leader of Cuban revolt.

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Che Guevara

Che Guevara Cafe-Bar “Che Guevara” Read the rest of this entry »

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Cafe ‘Wasabi’

Cafe ‘Wasabi’
Pizza and coffe.

Elista, Gorky street, 25.


Cafe Wasabi

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Ilyumzhinov cafe

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Billionaire Ilyumzhinov cafe. Who is Ilyumzhinov


Billionaire Ilyumzhinov cafe

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The life of the nomads in Kalmykia

The life of the nomads in Kalmykia [ De | Ru | Fr | Es | It ]


The life of the nomads in Kalmykia
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Kirsan Ilyumzhinov about Communism in Soviet Union

Kirsan Ilyumzhinov Kirsan Ilyumzhinov about Communism in Soviet Union. We students had free access to many western publications. A number of articles on UFOs, on they way in which a person’s individuality manifests itself in their handwriting, on the experience of clinical death, on clairvoyance and bio-energy, aroused my interest and I became an avid reader of everything dedicated to these enigmatic phenomena. I spent my evenings translating articles and notes from the foreign press and in the mornings I hurried back to the institute.

That is not to say that I was a total square, who poured over books constantly, diligently took notes in lectures, was never late for class and never played truant. I was a normal Soviet student; I liked to go dancing, I had been Read the rest of this entry »

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