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(In 2015, London and Paris were ranked the 1st and 3rd most visited cities in the world, respectively.)Given all the above, I totally get why people are interested in our Russian holiday– their interest comes from a place of simply not knowing. ” questions, my trip has also elicited a lot of curiosity from fellow black travellers who ask, time and time again, what it was like to travel there as a person who is In order to understand why this question pops up so much, it’s necessary to understand the history of African-descended people in Russia and former Soviet republics.
In my research on the web, I was surprised to discover that black folks have long had a presence in what was known as the USSR: according to this article, hundreds of African-Americans travelled to the region between 19 in an attempt to make a better life for themselves, as well as to escape the economic strife and racial persecution they faced in the USA.