To get rid of an enemy, one must love him. - Leo Tolstoy

When two people communicate, they each can be enriched - and unlike traditional resources, the more you share the more you have. - U.S. Vice President Al Gore


Novorossiysk

The city is located in Krasnodar region on the Black Sea shore. The following is a list of sites describing this city. We hope this list will continue to grow as more communities become represented on the World Wide Web so please be sure to let us know if you are aware of any other sites.


  • Arboretum in Novorossiysk *

    Varied and beautiful photos and information about this grassroots initiative in Novorossiysk is presented.

  • Pictures of Novorossiysk *

    Information and pictures of this sea port.


  • [English] [Russian TRANS | KOI8 | ALT | WIN | MAC | ISO5]

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    From Atlanta with Love . . . .

     

     

    Skip Evans of New York City and previously of Atlanta, Georgia is introducing our friends from Russia to life in America. Please visit Skip's Little Worm in the Big Apple and his Atlanta Life (1995-98) servers. Also of interest are his wonderful stories of a 1997 (his first) to Russia).

    Would you consider developing a similar service describing life in your community? We're glad to help!