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Galina Shamonina, Varna The Varna Prize - the most prestigious distinction in the field of science and higher education in Bulgarian Varna – has been awarded to the research team of the Department of Foreign Language Teaching and Postgraduate Professional Development of Chernorizets Hrabar Varna Free University headed by professor Galina Shamonina. The award was received for the implementation of the project International Qualification School: Modern Pedagogical Technologies in Teaching Russian...

22.05.2019 Subject: Education

Hungurian Peć conducts Orthodox Easter events for the third year in the row. Municipal self-governing community of Russinians with informational support of Russian Center organise the event.  Easter eggs decoupage and coloring is a traditional part of the program. This year one of the...

27.04.2019 Subject: Community

Krakow Pedagogical University held a meeting with the first and only Polish cosmonaut, a friend of Russian Center, General, cosmonaut Miroslaw Hermaszewski. The astronaut told students and staff of Krakow universities, friends of Russian Center and interested Krakow residents about his childhood...

26.03.2019 Subject: Space

Dedicated to the famous Russian director Andrey Konchalovsky 10th Meeting Russian Culture festival in goes on in Verona. Every Monday in Palazzo della Gran Guardia there's a screening. The festival is launched by Honorary RF Consulate in Verona, Conoscere Eurasia Association, and Russian center with support of...

13.03.2019 Subject: Culture

Photo: The Kolkata Fair’s website Russia will participate in the book fair that starts in Kolkata on January 31, Year of Literature website informs. This is the largest expo in India, which will be held for the 43rd time. Most of its events will be held in conjunction with Mahatma Gandhi’s anniversary. This...

29.01.2019 Subject: Culture

Photo: bigasia.ru A monument to Yuri Gagarin was installed in Sri Lanka, TASS reports. It is placed in the hall of State Library in country’s capital. The opening ceremony of bronze monument took place on January 25. City officials lead by Mayor of Colombo Rosy Senanayake,...

25.01.2019 Subject: Community

Krakow and its residents celebrate the 74th anniversary of liberation from nazi invaders. Veterans of the Great Patriotic War, soldiers of Polish Army, Mayor of Krakow Jacek Majchrowski, Russian Acting Consul General Konstantin Shikin, representatives of Polish armed forces, diplomatic community, city police, fire departments, and...

23.01.2019 Subject: Community

In the beginning of December, Bavarian television contacted Russian Center of Nuremberg's Russian-German Cultural Center with an unusual request to tell about Russian Christmas traditions. The Centre staff was pleased to accept it. The representatives of German television were so interested with Christmas kutia...

16.01.2019 Subject: Diaspora


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Tatiana Kazzi, a Russian artist, works on a project to combine paintings of Australian Aborigines with Gzhel and Khokhloma. A native of Kaliningrad has lived on the green continent for almost a quarter of a century; and she is one of a few foreign women who were granted the right to study art of the indigenous people of Australia by their descendants. Tatiana Kazzi plans to ornament Russian Matryoshka dolls with kangaroos, snakes, birds and other symbols of Australian aborigines. The artist told the Russkiy Mir that active work of the Russian community in recent years has facilitated popularity and awareness of Russian art in Australia.
Robinson Crusoe is 300 years old. A novel by Daniel Defoe, an English writer, about a traveler who spent 28 years on a desert island was published in April 1719. The novel became the classics of world literature, which cannot be said about its sequel published in August 1719. There Defoe sends his central character to Russia ruled by young Peter the Great. According to the story, Robinson spent more than two years in Russia. He lived in Tobolsk and Arkhangelsk, and then he went back to his home land.
From April 29 to May 3, the 14th Congress of the International Association of Teachers of Russian Language and Literature takes place in the capital of Kazakhstan, Nur-Sultan. Specialists in Russian philology from all over the world participate in it. Among them is the General Secretary of the Indian Association of Teachers of Russian Language and Literature (IATRLL), an assistant professor at the Center for Russian Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University (New Delhi) Minu Bhatnagar.
For more than ten years, hundreds of volunteers have travelled to the Arkhangelsk and Vologda Regions, as well as to Karelia and Komi to preserve ancient temples from destruction and extinction. Over the years, 320 expeditions have taken place, 360 churches and chapels have been explored, and accident prevention works have been conducted in many of them. Alexei Yakovlev, an archpriest and the supervisor of the Common Cause: Restoration of Wooden Temples of the North Project, shares how the project has been implemented and developed so far.
On April 25, 2019, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine passed the Bill No. 5670-d “On ensuring the functioning of the Ukrainian as the state language” in its second reading. The document introduces mandatory teaching in Ukrainian in kindergartens, schools and universities; it also requires governmental officials, health care and education professionals, as well as service workers to speak the state language only. According to the document, the share of Ukrainian language on national channels should be at least 90%.