Voina (Russian: Война, IPA: ( listen), lit. War) is a Russian street-art group known for their provocative and politically charged works of performance art.The group has had more than sixty members, including former and current students of the Rodchenko Moscow college of Photography, Moscow State University, and University of Tartu.
Korobeiniki 2 MB “The Peddler” (Korobeiniki) This lyric folk song and dance has been a Russian favorite for 150 years. A countryside peddler has a basket filled with attractive prints and brocades.
In November 2015, the Russian Government introduced ‘Plato’: a punitive toll system for heavy lorries on federal highways that made the businesses of …
Meanings and Origins of Names. 2] KHARITON (Харито́н): Russian form of Greek Chariton, meaning “grace, kindness.”; KIR (Ки́р): Russian name meaning “master, ruler.”
Russian women, not only snipers, have been a principal protagonist of glorious history of the URSS. Now they have to stay side by side to the russian …
Note: Russia is divided on the one hand into 9 large federal districts (created 13 May 2000) and on the other into 85 smaller entities (22 republics, 9 kraya, 46 oblasti, 3 federal cities, 1 autonomous oblast, and 4 autonomous okruga; additionally the special status leased area of Baykonur has the status of a federal city).
Leonid Afremov is a Russian–Israeli modern impressionistic artist who works mainly with a palette knife and oils. Using his unique knife painting technique and unmistakable style Afremov creates paintings that seems to explode in a millions of bright colors. Afremov is one of the very few self
Russian literature, the body of written works produced in the Russian language, beginning with the Christianization of Kievan Rus in the late 10th century.. The unusual shape of Russian literary history has been the source of numerous controversies.
The three-part-form of modern Russian names consisting of name, patronymic and surname is typical for Russian language. We also discuss the diminutive, or firendly, form of each Russian name.
Origins and education. Brezhnev was born on 19 December 1906 in Kamenskoye, Yekaterinoslav Governorate, Russian Empire (now Kamianske, Ukraine), to metalworker Ilya Yakovlevich Brezhnev and his wife, Natalia Denisovna Mazalova.