Discovering Russia: Kaliningrad region
Russia’s enclave of Kaliningrad is surrounded by the Baltic Sea, Poland, and Lithuania and has no border with other Russian regions. This unique part of Russia used to belong to Prussia. As a result, evidence of the city’s German past is seen everywhere, combined with modern architecture. The country’s westernmost point is the home of philosopher Immanuel Kant and the world’s largest supplier of raw amber. Take a trip to this region with the help of James Brown!