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Russian Visa Question

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We are visiting Russia for 4 days in September.

I have a question about two questions on the Visa form.

(1) "What Institution are you going to visit"? We must answer with a name of a Travel Company. We will be staying at a hotel and are not with a tourist/travel company. Do I write the name and address of the hotel in answer to this question? As it asks for reference and confirmations numbers, which I've gotten from the hotel, I'm guessing I should.
(2) A similar but separate question is on the form:
"Do you plant to stay anywhere (individual, hotel) in Russia?" Then I have to name the hotel, address, etc.

So, should both of these questions be answered the same, i.e, with the name and address of our hotel (Hotel Savoy)?

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