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Butina was born in Barnaul, a small provincial city 2,260 miles from Moscow.‘Russian Spy’ Maria Butina Is Living the American Dream—in Russia|Danielle Neftin|November 29, 2021|The Daily Beast
Barnaul was founded in 1730 by A. Demidov, to whose memory a monument has been erected.
He was carrying gold from Irkutsk to Barnaul, which is the great place for smelting it.
Old Barnaul parted company with us to proceed to Tomsk, which was then only 120 miles distant.
Old Barnaul managed to slip on the ice and fall into a hole that had been broken by the horses' feet.
Here we found Old Barnaul and his Cossack sleeping soundly on the boards.