Upon arriving in the Novosibirsk region, they planned to get Russian citizenship through a program for resettling ethnic Russians from abroad in Russia.
They said they were not afraid of the harsh Siberian winter, when temperatures can reach negative 40 degrees Celsius.
Local governments may place certain restrictions on prostitutes, such as restricting the practice in certain areas or at certain times.
Some estimates say that prostitution constitutes a €14.5 billion industry in Germany, and it’s the largest market in the EU, according to Spiegel.
Prostitutes were also considered "asocial" by the Nazis and sent to concentration camps.
Prostitution has long been legal in Germany, and the country has been called "Europe's biggest brothel". Even in the 1800s, police preferred a system of regulation so they could supervise prostitution, according to the book Prostitution by Eva-Maria Heberer.In West Germany, prostitution was regulated and legislation required sex workers to obtain health certificates. A law implemented in 2002 sought to improve the conditions for sex workers by allowing them to sue for their wages and become part of health, unemployment and pension programmes.Upon reunification, negotiations ultimately led to its current status as legalized. It's estimated that between 150,000 to 700,000 prostitutes work in Germany, according to DPA.During the Weimar Republic, a campaign to fight venereal diseases adopted the notion that prostitution should not be criminalized, but rather controlled as far as where it could take place, such as not near schools or churches.
The Nazi regime implemented restrictions on prostitutes, and many cities banned the practice in public places.
These holidays are promoted as “legal” and “safe” by promoters, and some services may also pick customers up at the airport to head straight for a club. Photo: DPA Berlin as the capital city is also a major stop for those looking to buy sex.