Moscow residents say pairs’ reasons for visiting the English city seem strange
Even RT’s editor-in-chief had to suppress a laugh when the two suspects in the Skripal poisoning case said they had travelled thousands of kilometres to visit the “wonderful city” of Salisbury.
After all, many Russians have never even heard of the town. For tourists coming from Russia to the UK, the delights of Salisbury cathedral, its 123-metre tall spire, 14th-century working clock and well-preserved Magna Carta are, at best, a side-trip on the way to Stonehenge.
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