On Russian Internet it is a lot of materials concerning Sacramento are devoted this theme.
California the centre of the high technology manufacture (the space industry, electronics, military, an information technology).
I've traveled through Russia several times, and have learned many of the truths you list on your site first hand.
I would like to thank Elena Petrova and her web-site for the truth about Russian women.
I'm just wondering why they chose to all move to Sacramento which now has the largest US Russian population, (some jews and georgians follow along though).
Russian Brides Cyber Guide's motto is: "Tell it as it is".
Some say that California’s capital is inhabited by 150,000 immigrants from former USSR, others claim 250,000, yet others are sure that the number is 300,000! In attempts to answer those questions one would inevitably mention community leaders and Christian radio hosts such as Daniil Loktev and Pavel Demitraj whose radio broadcasts made many people in the Soviet Union aware of Sacramento.
Today I will try to debunk one of the most mysterious of Sacramento’s myths. Who are the Slavic immigrants living in the glorious city of Sacramento? I would also add the famous Protestant writer Nikolay Vodnevsky, the publisher of a Christian newspaper called “Nashi dni” (“Our Days”) that was circulated worldwide.
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