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Impressions after visiting Kazan

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Hi everyone! Recently I returned from Kazan where I had a nice vacation and I was really charmed by Kazan and I'd like to share my impressions with you.
First of all I was absolutely amazed by Kazan's architecture and cultural legacy, it's so attractive and you can't resist its charming appearance. The other thing that impressed me very much was preparations for the upcoming Universiade. They build modern stadiums, sports complexes, new hotels and airport terminal. And it seems to me citizens of Kazan are working hard to make everything perfect when the time comes. I believe now Kazan creates a basis for 2018 FIFA World Cup and it looks like they won't stop until everything will be done at top level. Our guide told us that everyone in Kazan is excited about these important events and everyone does his best so everything will compliant with highest international standards.
Well, I don't know how Russia makes preparations for the upcoming Olympics in Sochi, but after everything I saw in Kazan I'm full of optimism and respect to people who spare no trouble to gain ends and present all of us a great sport holidays!

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