Liden & Denz has opened a new campus in Irkutsk (Eastern Siberia) in early summer 2017.
Irkutsk is 5000 km east of Moscow - a six-hour flight from the Russian capital. By contrast, Irkutsk-Beijing...
The lower river edge is decorated by centuries-old churches, including the Epiphany Cathedral, with golden onion domes, and the Spasskaya Church, with its majestic bell tower. The renovated neoclassical Moskovskie Vorota arch is also by the water and presents a stunning location for a language school.
Originally a Cossack settlement for trading gold and furs in the 17th century, Irkutsk connected Eastern Russia with West. In 1897 Irkutsk became a destination on the Trans-Siberian Railway line and the city grew in status to become the 6th largest city in Siberia today.
Irkutsk is a cultural and educational hub, with numerous universities and many striking architectural buildings. Students love to explore the museums, houses and parks in this city many of which are historically significant to the Russian Revolution and the 19th century Decembrist uprising.