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UFOs: The View from Modern Russia

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The city of Kolomna, found about 132 kilometres to the south of Moscow, despite being the oldest city in the Golden Ring, is otherwise quite run-of-the -mill. The population of around one and a half thousand are well served by a modern shopping complex and in a pedestrianised part of the centre there are the churches and monasteries so beloved by Russians, as well as a fort dating back to the 14th century. Otherwise Kolomna is one of the main producers of `pastilla`, a sweet confectionary akin to Turkish delight.

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