Boat trip along the Moscow River for RUDN University students
Boat trip along the Moscow River for RUDN University students
Boat trip along the Moscow River for the graduates of the Faculty of Humanitarian and social sciences, the Philological Faculty, the Institute of World Economics and Business, the International Programs Institute, the Institute of Hospitality and Tourism and the Institute of Applied Technical and Ec
Boat trip along the Moscow River for the graduates of the Faculty of Humanitarian and social sciences, the Philological Faculty, the Institute of World Economics and Business, the International Programs Institute, the Institute of Hospitality and Tourism and the Institute of Applied Technical and Economic studies and Expertise June 30, an excursion by boat along the Moscow River will be organized for graduates of the Faculty of Humanitarian and social sciences, the Philological Faculty, the Institute of World Economics and Business, the International Programs Institute, the Institute of Hospitality and Tourism and the Institute of Applied Technical and Economic studies and Expertise. Participants gathering - at 10:00 at the RUDN University Main Square.
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