Year of Mendeleev periodic table ended in Tokyo1
06.12.2019 Over half a million educational events took place in Russia.
Year of Mendeleev periodic table ended in Tokyo
Mass rally in defense of Russian schools held in Riga2
06.12.2019 About 3,000 people took to the streets of Riga.
Mass rally in defense of Russian schools held in Riga
Books from 29 countries presented at Moscow fair3
05.12.2019 Israel becomes the guest of honour of the fair this year.
Books from 29 countries presented at Moscow fair
Volunteer Day celebrated in Russia and worldwide4
05.12.2019 Almost 90% of Russians take part in volunteer projects.
Volunteer Day celebrated in Russia and worldwide
Russian cinema week begins in Hungary5
05.12.2019 The festival program includes seven features by Russian directors.
Russian cinema week begins in Hungary
There is a place in Finland, where they tell about the history of Russia in 15 languages every day, without a lunchbreak. Sveaborg (or Suomenlinna in Finnish) is a fortress which is now part of Helsinki city limits. It was founded by Sweden in the 18th century, then conquered and reconstructed by Russia, which owned the fortress for more than a hundred years, and passed it to Finland in 1917 following the country’s independence.
For a long time very little was known about life of white émigrés in Turkey. Although it was Constantinople that became the main transfer site for hundreds of thousands of refugees from Russia after the October Revolution and the Civil War. Perhaps this gap would not have been filled for a very long time if it were not for the selfless work of our compatriot Marina Sigirji. A few days ago she presented her book “Thank you, Constantinople! In the footsteps of white émigrés in Turkey” in the House of Russian Émigré Community.
The first Russian person that Joshua Braganza met was a circus mechanic. Joshua grew up in a small town in the state of Rio de Janeiro, where nearly everyone knew each other. The Russian’s name was Nikolai, and he was notable for his education: he was well versed in literature and music. Nikolai shared what winter was like in Russia and about beauty of its nature. Those stories spread a fairy tale sensation - this is how children perceive a narrative of a journey to faraway lands. Perhaps that was the time when the boy got a forefeeling in his soul that his whole subsequent life would be connected with Russia.
Constitutional Court of Latvia has debarred Russian-speaking children of the right to study in their native language, even in private schools recently. Previously, such a resolution was passed by the government and supported by the president. According to explanatory notes to the court decision, it was done taking into account “historical circumstances,” “prolonged occupation and Russification.”
The market of computer games is huge and extends back for a few decades, and the Russian subject line in video games has not lost its popularity for many years. In this review, we will present the most impressive games by foreign studios, stories of which are somehow connected with Russia.
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