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08.12.2015

Mikhail Lermontov (part 2)

The 1st part of our article relates the chilhood and the youth of the great poet, Mikhail Lermontov. Read now his tragic destiny. You can also […]
08.12.2015

Mikhail Lermontov (Part 1)

It’s common knowledge that words possess boundless power that actually controls humanity and kneads our history. The distinctive flair for matching true words is a special […]
07.12.2015

The short i, vowel or consonant (part 2)

In the first part of this article we explained you that in Russian alphabet, the letter Й (short i) is a strange letter. You can learn more […]
07.12.2015

The short i, vowel or consonant (part 1)

Every Russian has studied Russian alphabet at school (in its national version) and wonders: what is complicated and incomprehensible in it? Alphabet, the visit card of […]
04.12.2015

Altai Republic – the territory of divine nature

The Republic of Altai (Республика Алтай) is a republic within the Russian Federation, a subject of the Russian Federation, a part of the Siberian Federal District. […]
04.12.2015

Lake Baikal, The Pearl of Siberia

Russia occupies one sixth of the land on our planet. Our country is so large that not all Russians can afford to visit at least few […]
03.12.2015

Alexander Petrov – the master of reviving painting

Александр Петров (Alexander Petrov) born in 1957, is a Russian animator. After studying art at the State Institute of Cinema and TV, he became the disciple […]
03.12.2015

What Soviet Newspapers Do You Have?

During the mid-70s, when Советская Россия (Soviet Russia) was still достаточно стабильна (fairly stable) and the people единодушно голосовали за (unanimously voted for) the party, funny […]
02.12.2015

Solovki:… to the Gulag and Back (part 2)

Today, you can read the second and last part of our article about the Solovetsky Islands. In our first part, we were telling you about the […]
02.12.2015

Solovki: From the Orthodox Asceticism… (Part 1)

As soon as the Soviet Union came to an end, and with it the fall of Железный занавес (the Iron Curtain), Russians took it as a […]
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