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Touriste Russe about Tula


Last week I did something creative and unusual for me. I visited an exhibition tied with presentation of new issue of sport travel magazine "Touriste Russe" or "Russkiy Turist". The magazine has a very long story (it's over 100 years old) but suffered from hardships over the years. Currently the project is crowdfunded. The latest issue is dedicated to region of Tula and it is opening the series of magazines speaking closely about ways to explore the region and best routes for it. Cycling, kayaking, Nordic walking, backpacking even SAP - you name it, they have it. In fact you can definitely use the magazine as a guide to plan your perfect trip. Be you interested in nature or more urban locations you will find a lot of support there. Tula region is also very closely tied with Leo Tolstoy, the famous Russia writer so if you are interested in him I highly recommend you to visit this region (have in mind that most interesting parts are a bit scattered so save couple of days more). 
 






The event was very much safe and they everything they possibly could to make it happen including lack of one of the people who personally made tons to make it happen due to his age. Masks, distancing and sanitizers were our best friends. It felt great to have events happening even though the most common phrase was: 'I am sorry I didn't recognize you in the mask'.




My outfit is my on to do basic. A comfortable dress, jacket and edgy shoes combined with a hat to make a casual statement. I can't really say my outfit was something special but I did feel very comfortable and stylish wearing it.




I was wearing:
c/o Zaful jacket
c/o frontrowshop hat
c/o iglassesshop glasses
c/o znu dress
shoes Pakerson
bag Michael Kors
 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. I absolutely love your outfit! You have such lovely taste. I'm in love with your jacket!! It's so cute with that dress. Great photos too!

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  2. This magazine for sure sounds like it can provide a great guide for outdoor activities. All the pictures are so colorful. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. It's good that you're being safe and taking all the necessary precautions on your ventures, also love the outfit !

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  4. It is a great experience that you have described so well. So much useful information. Enjoy your next issue of the magazine!

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  5. As always, you look great with your outfit and sense of style. So good to be able to get out and about safely to attend events now.

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  6. I am glad that events are happening with all due precautions and you are right in saying that it's tough to recognize people in a mask. Haha

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    1. I always look at noses, now it is not as easy as before. Also many people who wear glasses regularly switched to lenses

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  7. I love to read that you did something a bit out of your comfort zone. I also really like your outfit.

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  8. What an awesome exhibition and such a neat experience to visit! I'm so glad you were able to get out and see it!

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  9. An interesting event for those who are interested in the culture of Russia.

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  10. I am glad that despite the circumstances, they organized the event and took care of all the security. An interesting exhibition.
    I also really like your outfit, relaxed, elegant and comfortable.
    Nina

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    1. yes me too. I am a bit tired of being on pause for half a year.

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  11. I am obsessed with that jacket. And what a fun experience, thanks for sharing it with us!

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  12. It sounds like it was a really wonderful experience. I am glad so many safety measures were in place as well. That definitely helps! Your outfit is fabulous. I absolutely adore that jacket!
    the creation of beauty is art.

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  13. I really like your jacket! Your style looks very comfortable too. And glad to hear that you were safe at the exhibit.

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  14. This sounds like such an interesting event. Being an culture vulture, this would be just down my alley - love all those paintings in the background :-)

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  15. You look very beautiful! I love the shots of the museum.

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  16. nice paintings....you do look like a school girl...you look ver happy with your trip

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    1. the event is local, It took around 20 minutes to get there by foot and public transport for me from home. the magazine is about travel and I am definitely happy about it

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  17. I’d love to be able to travel here one day. Hoping that the virus eases in the next year or two, so that everyone can safely return to travelling our beautiful planet again!

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    1. yes! I hope so too. a magazine about tourism makes me want to travel more. local travel is good but frankly not even close to traveling abroad

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  18. It's good to hear you felt safe at the event. Loving your outfit the dress and jacket combo work well.

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  19. What an interesting place and I do love your hat! I'm glad you still managed to enjoy the experience, despite the restrictions.

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  20. We no longer recognize each other in a mask lol

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  21. I would definitely visit this place. It's so fun to do something you would consider unusual. Love your outfit by the way

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  22. The wall paintings in the third and fourth pics are just so beautiful - they draw me.

    You look(ed) effortlessly chic, too.

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  23. This is such an interesting event and focusing on outdoor activities locally is much encouraged. Glad it is crowdfunded at the moment, hopefully the project will be appreciated widely and proper funding can be expected. By the way, love your outfit especially your hat :)

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  24. I really love the jacket and how you put together this outfit. Getting almost impossible to recognize someone wearing these masks now.

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  25. I love your outfit - I went to the Flemish tram museum last week :)

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  26. The art looks so beautiful. I'm glad you got to do something fun and safe.

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  27. I love your outfit! Looks so effortless and comfortable! The artwork was beautiful too!

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  28. As an outdoor travel lover, I am super intrigued reading all of the activities that we can find out about in the magazine. I'm sure that we could use it to plan a great vacation that my husband and I would love!

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  29. This place looks amazing! It's sad to hear about the rough history it's been going through, but great to see it's still going on. I love visiting anywhere that's got some art on display ��

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  30. Wow good for you for trying something new! How fun!

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  31. I think it is great that you tried something creative, and new for yourself! I love it! --We should all try something new.

    Stephanie S

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  32. I like your whole outfit here! That jacket looks fabulous :)
    Visiting galleries whenever I travel is also my thing.

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  33. What a wonderful experience because I am an art buff for this know of exhibition. thanks for sharing with us about this event and I would love to see it myself! - Knycx Journeying

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  34. You look fantastic ! I love your jacket :)

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  35. It's nice you got to safely attend the event and I like your outfit! the jacket and dress look great together, such a good mix of neutrals :)

    Hope that you are having a good week! It's a pretty stormy one here but the rain is very welcome :)

    Away From Blue

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  36. you had a great journey @ Tula, if got chance, I wanna personally visit this destination. love all the captures shared here. cheers, siennylovesdrawing

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  37. I love your outfit and the hat is a must for me. I appreciate you share your experience with us.

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  38. Sorry I I didn't recognize you... hihi. I get that a lot nowadays too.

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  39. I love that jacket. It looks so soft.

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  40. This looks like a wonderful day, and love this outfit!

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  41. What a lovely exhibition! Your outfit is super cute amd I love that you are being cautious and wearing a face mask.

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  42. It's always nice to try something new every now and then. I'm loving your outfit by the way.

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  43. You look absolutely fantastic ! I love your jacket and he hat.

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  44. Love the outfit - and pairing an elegant, simple choice with accessories. I'm a fan of Tolstoy, so I think I shall add Tula to my list! Thank you

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  45. I adore your outfit for this event! That jacket really completes the look. It is the perfect combination of stylish and edgy. I think the dress would be too simple and plain by itself, but the jacket really makes it look complete. Easily one of my favorite looks you've shown your readers.

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  46. I am glad that you tried something out of your comfort zone. I love your jacket and the way you styled it!

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  47. So happy that a hundred year old tradition has been revived. Leo Tolstoy is certainly one of my favorite writers and loved the program. Your dress is nice too. Loved your post. Refreshing.

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  48. Nice to know about the magazine and the ventures they are attempting to. Good they have introduced all the precautions. Your attire is very smart.

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  49. That sure looks like a lot of fun. I love your outfit. You look cute

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  50. Thanks for keeping us updates about lifestyle and travel around Russia! Maybe one day we can visit those places, and take advantage of our free e-visa :)

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