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Press Release 11-2011 | SMS Frankfurt – Events Incentives Adventures

December 7, 2011

Press Release 11-2011 | SMS Frankfurt – Events Incentives Adventures
 

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SMS Frankfurt Group

September 5, 2010

SMS Frankfurt Group
http://www.facebook.com/pages/SMS-Frankfurt-Group/115936435128634

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New Stock Photo Archive – Russia / Mongolia / Uzbekistan / China

January 28, 2010

New Stock Photo Archive online now!

www.EASTmedia-online.biz offers a wide range of photograpyh, background photos, textures and pattern.
Beside our general photo archive we are specialized in photos of Eastern Europe, Russia, Uzbekistan, Mongolia and China.
All stock photos are available to affordable prices – it starts with 5 Euro up to 50 Euro for a real unique shot!

Our freelance team of global photographers work also in sport photography, food photography, animal photography and adventure tours photography – so we will have lots of great photos full of adrenalin and real adventures.

Feel free to check it out nowwww.EASTmedia-online.biz

You want to earn some money with your photos too – Just register here for free!

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Vodka Train Experience – The Ultimate Adventure Trip

January 28, 2010

Vodka Train News!
Enjoy an unforgetable trip with the “Vodka-Train” along one of the longest railways of the world, following the footprints of Alexander von Humboldt.

train lake baikal chinese wall

approx. 20-day trip from Moscow to Beijing on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Starting with 2 days in Moscow visiting Red Square, the Kremlin, GUM and a lot of other scenic and historic places in Moscow. First stop with the Trans-Siberian-Train will be in Kazan, with a beautiful Kremline of its own, and Yekaterinenburg, which has a few days of relaxation and summer activities on Olikon Island in Lake Baikal.

Enjoying the typical Russian sauna (Banya) hiking or mountain biking, plus a few days in Mongolia’s capital, Ulaanbaatar, and it’s breathtaking surrounding countryside, as well as few days among the temples and markets in Beijing.

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