This book, like a travel diary, relates the trip of two journalists Etienne Dubuis (Time) and Véronique Marti (RTS) travelling throughout Russia. From Moscow to Vladivostok, passing through Nizhny Novgorod and Yekaterinburg via Ulan Ude, over 9500 kilometers across the biggest country in the World, from the Red Square to the shores of the Pacific, from the Ural Mountains to the landscapes of Siberia.
This travel story mingles with the great history of the places, where you could eventually cross Tsar Ivan the Terrible, the writer Fyodor Dostoevsky, the hunter Dersu Uzala and many other memorable figures of this great land, in the same time familiar and unknown.
Etienne Dubuis and Véronique Marti went off on search of adventure, notebook and camera in hand, showing us a multicultural Russia, warmly hosted by the generous russian soul.
Book launch party takes place Thursday, October 29, 2015 from 5.30pm at the Librairie Le Vent des Road, 1205 Geneva.
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Extract from the show « Détour » on Première : http://www.rts.ch/audio/la-1ere/programmes/detours/7159876-de-moscou-a-vladivostok-par-la-route-26-10-2015.html