What are afraid of foreigners in Moscow
Survey among expats living in the capital not less than one year, showed what they fear in Moscow most of all, below is a list of the 9 most common foreign moskvofoby.
They are afraid of: 35%
"It is clear that the bureaucracy - it is always tedious and stupid, we in Germany too. But in Russia, wherever you come on business, very long queues. Is not yet known, have time to you and your business or do not have time. But people in the queues begin to behave well as animals. When someone begins to turn to cry, it makes me very scared, I just pressed into the seat and try to not notice me. "
Pascal, 36 years, Germany
"I was attracted waves of horror, when I imagine how the mountain of paper work falls on my head. And all this - to get permission to work in Moscow. "
Anthony, 30 years, United States
Be careful not to: 20%
"I'm afraid of how the lead in Moscow. Scary, I guess I was just in Spain and Italy. Absolutely impossible to guess how the drivers behave themselves. "
Marie, 27 years, Belgium
"It is terrible that many irresponsible drivers in Moscow. I'm afraid when I go to the car when I pass the road - too afraid. "
Werner, 39 years old, Austria
Be careful not to: 15%
"Skinheads do not nice guys too. And I meet them especially scary with my appearance. Thank God, no hassles I had. "
Jogi, 31 years old, Brazil
"I myself rather disagreeable than scary, but it is terrible for the whole city. Once I wanted to meet the girl, but she looked at me with distaste and said something. My Russian friend said that it was insulting name arrivals in Moscow and I was like "a little to them. Davad, 28 years old, Spain
Be careful not to: 10%
"Though I do and everything is in order with the documents, I was scared to walk past the police officers on the street. They look at me as if I look like a dangerous criminal, they are now looking for an identikit ".
Lucas, 34 years old, Canada
Be careful not to: 7%
"I work at the metro station Novokuznetskaya. This is a very decent place - offices, good restaurants, the Tretyakov Gallery, finally. But right next to the station, on the way to my office, there is a strange and scary place. There is always an open door, out unpleasant smells. There's people standing drinking vodka and shouting very. I try as quickly as possible to run past this place, as if they are now willing to come out and get me back. "
Nicole, 28 years, France
"I love to travel around the small towns around Moscow, the fastest turns on the trains. But I'm afraid of stations, however. It is impossible to know when the next train departs. Cashiers do not speak in English and screaming. And yet at the stations is dirty and there is no place to eat. Every time I have a real adventure: find in the crowd someone with intelligent eyes and ask if he or she speaks in English, and then ask me to help. "
Tim, 29 years old, Netherlands
evil Homeless dogs
Be careful not to 5%
"Now, then I fear nothing. But a few years ago, I lived in the north-east, where the Izmailovo Park. And there lived two packs of dogs, just as the wolf. One pack of red dogs, and the other - gray. They simply terrorized the neighborhood. All owners of small shops in the metro stations have been forced to feed them. " Gabriele, 41 years old, Italy
Be careful not to 5%
"In our company prepares lunches chef Antonin. And it seems she hates everyone, says that employees - pigs. But especially she loves me, calls the goat as I translated the Secretary Lena, and is suspected of stealing pots. I am very afraid of her, but Antonina prepares delicious! "
Ioshiro, 31, Japan
"In the subway a lot of old ladies with these huge bags on wheels. A-ah ... you are too afraid of them? They are fast and angry and hurt can pass their bags on his feet. I am afraid of them and feel guilty, I do not know why. "
Johnny, 35 years, Croatia
Death in the snow
Be careful not to 2%
"Maybe my friends and joking, but I'm still afraid. They said that if I drink in the winter, then fall asleep in the snow and die. Now in the winter after the bar I always take a taxi. "
An Yuong, 24 years old, South Korea
The conversion to Russian
Be careful not to 1%
"I think I'm afraid of what is gradually becoming a Russian."
Philippe, 40 years, Spain