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Alyosha Popovich

  1. Here belongs the Ilya Muromets, Alyosha Popovich and Dobrynya Nikitich cycle, being among the most popular ones.
  2. Ilya Muromets, like Dobrynia Nikitich and Alyosha Popovich, is a favorite character of Russian folklore all three of these characters are in the film.
  3. In this bylina Alyosha Popovich and his servant, Yekim, set out for Kiev to meet Prince Vladimir.

Russian Sayings

  1. That's one of my two favorite Russian sayings.
  2. See also. Russian sayings; Vladimir Dal; This Russia -related article is a stub .
  3. This dictionary contains 2,375 Russian sayings and proverbs and their English counterparts.

Tretyakov Gallery

  1. The Tretyakov Gallery is a national treasure of Russian art.
  2. The Tretyakov Gallery is one of the famous and well-known picture galleries in our country and all over the world.
  3. The Tretyakov Gallery is one of the largest research and cultural centres in Russia.
  4. The Tretyakov Gallery was founded by Pavel Tretyakov (1832 - 1898) in the middle of the 19th century.
  5. Tretyakov Gallery is a National Museum of Russian fine arts that displays more than 50 thousand masterpieces created in the X-XX centuries.

Russian State Library

  1. Russian State Library - a collection of resources, including the library catalogue.
  2. THE RUSSIAN STATE LIBRARY is a research centre for studies in librarianship, bibliography, and book science.
  3. THE RUSSIAN STATE LIBRARY is one of the largest libraries in the world.
  4. THE RUSSIAN STATE LIBRARY is the largest library in Europe and the second largest in the world after the Library of Congress.
  5. The Russian State Library is a centre of research in bibliography, library and book science.

Governing Senate

  1. The neoclassicist building originally housed Governing Senate, the highest juduciary and legislative office of Russia.
  2. The Duma was discontinued by Peter the Great, who transferred its functions to the Governing Senate in 1711.
  3. T. Elsasser said he doesn’t see APSCUF governing senate.

White Nights

  1. White Nights is a highlight in the Russian cultural calendar and in 2006 the festival was more successful than ever.
  2. The White Nights is a time around the summer solstice when the prolonged twilights of evening and morning merge into a night full of light.
  3. The White Nights are a time of celebration in areas such as Saint Petersburg , Russia.
  4. The white nights are closely linked to another attraction — the eight drawbridges spanning the Neva.
  5. The white nights are closely linked to another attraction - the eight drawbridges spanning the Neva.

United Russia

  1. United Russia is a pro-presidential structure.
  2. United Russia is a two-year-old coalition of three parliamentary.
  3. United Russia is a Russian political party, which usually labels itself centrist.
  4. United Russia is a catchall party with many political strands.
  5. United Russia is a different matter.

Sual Group

  1. SUAL Group is a fully vertically integrated aluminium company that ranks among the world's top ten aluminium producers.
  2. SUAL Group is to invest RUR 2.15 billion in building a plant in Sverdlovsk region to produce aluminum roll for the aviation industry.
  3. SUAL Group is a vertically integrated company, a global top ten aluminum producers.
  4. SUAL Group is a fully vertically integrated aluminium company that ranks amongst the world's top ten aluminium producers.
  5. SUAL Group is a strategic partner of the company.

State Duma

  1. The State Duma is a lawmaking body, takes the vote of confidence with regards the Government, appoints Chair of the Central Bank, declares amnesties, etc.
  2. The State Duma is a lower house of the Russian parliament.
  3. The State Duma is a premeditated contempt of peoples--- representation.
  4. The State Duma is a splendid object lesson showing whom the tsar wants to consult and how.
  5. The State Duma is the lower house of the Federal Assembly, the parliament of the Russian Federation.


  1. Sovkhoz is a state agricultural enterprise with hired workers and state director.
  2. The sovkhoz was dearer than life itself to me, I lived and breathed the sovkhoz.
  3. The sovkhoz was organized in a fashion similar to an industrial enterprise.


  1. Sadko is a First Prize winner of.
  2. Sadko is a gusli player and singer, a character from Novgorod folklore.
  3. Sadko is a Russian mythical hero.
  4. Sadko is a hero of a Russian fairy-tale, a merchant from Novgorod.
  5. Sadko is a legendary hero.

Russia Day

  1. Russia Day was officially recognized by Boris Yeltsin in 1991 as a national holiday.
  2. Russia Day is a holiday of national unity celebrated in Russia on June 12 .
  3. Russia Day is a quite new holiday.
  4. Russia Day is a CREEES outreach event involving one hun-.
  5. Russia Day is a CREEES outreach event involving one hundred or more high school students, held in the spring semester.


  1. The long Kamchatka Peninsula, which juts southward into the Sea of Okhotsk, includes many volcanic peaks, some of which still are active.
  2. In 1628, the Russians reached the Lena, founded the fort of Yakutsk in 1637, and two years later reached the Sea of Okhotsk at the mouth of the Ulya River.
  3. The maximum height of the Stanovoy Range, which runs west to east from northern Lake Baikal to the Sea of Okhotsk, is 2,550 meters.


  1. Mansi is one of more than 80 recognized minority languages spoken in Russia.
  2. The Mansi are mostly distributed there over the right tributaries of the Ob River A small group lives in the Sverdlovsk Region in the Ivdel River near Tagil.
  3. The Mansi are one of the indigenous populations living in a wide area (523,000 sq.
  4. The Mansi are mostly distributed over the right tributaries of the Ob River.
  5. Mansi is a Uralic language, a member of the Ob-Ugric family of the Ugric group of languages.


  1. Kyzyl is the capital city of Tuva and claims to be the exact center of Asia.
  2. Kyzyl is the capital.
  3. Kyzyl was founded in 1914 as Belotsarsk ( -).
  4. Kyzyl was founded in 1914 as Belotsarsk ( --------------------). In 1918, the town was renamed Khem-Beldyr ( ---------------------), and in 1926---Kyzyl.

Kursk Magnetic Anomaly

  1. The area of Kursk Magnetic Anomaly has one of the richest iron ore deposits in the world.
  2. Location of Iron Quartzites (black circles) in the area of Kursk Magnetic Anomaly, red star shows the location of Big Krivoy Rog Deep BoreHole.
  3. It contains perhaps the world's largest iron-ore deposit, the Kursk Magnetic Anomaly.


  1. Krokodil (Crocodile) is a cult comic magazine based in 1922 year and stil alive.
  2. Encyclopedia Krokodil Updated 257 days 22 hours 44 minutes ago.
  3. Show just the results for "krokodil" "russia".

Ilya Muromets

  1. Ilya Muromets is a heroic warrior who succeeded in protecting the Russian land from evil enemies, defeating their thousands-strong army.
  2. Ilya Muromets is a well known Russian mythical hero.

Federation Council of Russia

  1. United Russia members also make up 88 out 178 delegates in the Federation Council of Russia, (The Upper House of Parliament).
  2. Sergei Mironov, the speaker of the Federation Council of Russia, is the party's first chairman).

Don Cossacks

  1. The Don Cossacks are famous for their songs and choirs.
  2. The Don Cossacks were famous for their freedom-loving character.
  3. The Don Cossacks were the largest group and led colonizing expeditions to Siberia.
  4. The Don cossacks are historically formed community that makes up part of the population in the Rostov region.


  1. Byliny are oral, sung not written.
  2. Byliny are unique to the East Slavs but have as their counterpart the epics of other peoples.
  3. Byliny were only written down in the 19th century by professional folklorists, who discovered singers on the shore of the White Sea.
  4. Byliny are not part of Russian literature.


  1. Blat was an exchange of favors.
  2. Blat is an old word in the Russian language, originally the designation for the slang spoken by Tsarist Russia's criminal underworld.
  3. Blat was condemned but rarely criminalized in the communist context.
  4. Blat was also an exchange of social status.
  5. Blat is a complex topic that is difficult for Western people to understand and with which to deal.


  1. Barynya is a fast Russia n folk dance and music .
  2. Barynya is a fast Russian folk dance and music .
  3. Barynya is a folk group whose instrumentation features the Garmoshka .
  4. Barynya is a unique group of soloists: musicians, singers and dancers.
  5. Barynya is a unique group of world-class musicians, singers and dancers.

Constitution of The Russian Federation

  1. The Constitution of the Russian Federation, passed in 1993, guarantees religious freedom in Article 14: 1) The Russian Federation is a secular state.
  2. Judges shall be independent and shall obey only the Constitution of the Russian Federation and the federal law.


  1. TSAREVNA: A MEDIEVAL RUSSIA QUEST can give you such a possibility.
  2. Tsarevna - A Medieval Russia Quest Freeware version GameYou have chance to learn what cartoon characters feel.
  3. Tsarevna - A Medieval Russia Quest Tsarevna is a cartoon adventure game that brings back memories of old good PC quests.
  4. Tsarevna - A Medieval Russia Quest: You have chance to learn what cartoon characters feel.
  5. Tsarevna - A classic adventure game set in medieval Russia.


  1. Tatarstan is a part of Russia, inhabited by the Tatars.
  2. Tatarstan is a region of Russia , inhabited by the Tatars .
  3. Tatarstan is one of the most economically developed regions of Russia; it is also the second most industrialized federal subject after Samara Oblast.
  4. Tatarstan is one of the richest regions of Russia, primary because of its oil industry (it was a leading oil-supplier in USSR in 1960s).
  5. Tatarstan was conquered by the troops of Tsar Ivan IV the Terrible in the 1550s, with Kazan being taken in 1552.

Southern Russian Dialects

  1. Southern Russian dialects are the dialects of a group of Russian dialects.

Social Democratic Party of Russia

  1. Other parties and electoral blocs received less than 1 percent of the vote, while the Social Democratic Party of Russia did not participate in the elections.
  2. The Social Democratic Party of Russia signed a cooperation agreement with the People’s Party in February 2005.
  3. On November 26 2001, Gorbachev also founded the Social Democratic Party of Russia — which is a union between several Russian social democrat parties.


  1. But Medvedev is not a silovik.
  2. I followed silovik takeover of NTV, live.
  3. Sergei Ivanov isn’t related to silovik Kremlin official Viktor Ivanov—but they’re all supposedly part of the same Petersburg silovik clan.

Russian Folklore

  1. Ilya Muromets, like Dobrynia Nikitich and Alyosha Popovich, is a favorite character of Russian folklore.
  2. Russian Folklore at Russian.Net Home of everything to do with russia.
  3. We are proud to present you one of the best professional russian folklore groups of St. Petersburg, Russia.

Russian Postmodernism

  1. The question of the historical origins of Russian postmodernism is a thorny one.
  2. Mikhail Epstein, a leading spokesman of Russian postmodernism today, advances the notion that Russia is a land of semblances and specters.
  3. Russian postmodernism: New Perspectives on late Soviet and post-Soviet literature.

Russian Philosophy

  1. Russian philosophy is a strange beast.

Religion In Russia

  1. Religion in Russia is a subject that has been discussed in many different circles for a long time.

Red Terror

  1. The Red Terror was claimed to be introduced in reply to White Terror.
  2. The Red Terror was also a terror movement in 1919 during the period of the Hungarian Soviet Republic (see there).
  3. The Red Terror is a weapon utilized against a class, doomed to destruction, which does not wish to perish.
  4. Red Terror was significant as the first of numerous Communist terror campaigns which followed in Russia and many other countres.
  5. Red Terror is a child.


  1. After explaining the contribution of Traditionalism to Dugin's ideology of Neo-Eurasianism, the chapter discusses Dugin's political ventures.
  2. His unorthodox ideas on the birth and death of ethnoses ( ethnic groups) have given rise to the political and cultural movement known as " Neo-Eurasianism ".
  3. As a geopolitical theory, neo-Eurasianism appears in several versions.

Nationalism In Russia

  1. Nationalism in Russia is a consequence of rapid introduction of market forces in a non-market economy, i.e.
  2. Nationalism in Russia is a very dangerous thing and contagious thing.


  1. MKAD is a beltway encircling the City of Moscow .
  2. MKAD is a full service website development firm that is dedicated to developing user and search engine friendly websites.
  3. MKAD is a highway belt around Moscow.
  4. MKAD is the name of the beltway that goes around Minsk, Belarus.
  5. The MKAD is a city highway of European standards.


  1. Kanal Melodiya is a radio station in St. Petersburg, Russia covering music entertainment.
  2. For example, Melodiya released performances of works by Peter Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich, which were valued for their authenticity.
  3. Determining the year and pressing Below please find a table of Melodiya catalog numbers for LP's.


  1. Kursk is one of the oldest Russian cities and fortresses of Russia.
  2. Kursk is one of the oldest cities in Russia.
  3. Kursk is the heart of the Central Black Soil Territory, and the focus of many historical and social events.


  1. Kommunalka was above all an "art experiment" that the M'ARS Centre of Contemporary Art and I wanted to conduct.
  2. The kommunalka was parodied in the 1939 American film Ninotchka.


  1. The khorovod is a women's dance that contains lyrics and movements derived from ancient Slavonic times.
  2. The khorovod is usually a women's dance that contains lyrics and movements derived from ancient Slavonic times.


  1. Kazan is the capital and major historic, cultural, and economic center of the autonomous republic of Tatarstan, Russia.
  2. Kazan is a candidate city for 2011 Summer Universiade along with Poznan, Murcia, Kaohsiung and Shenzhen.
  3. Kazan is a city with a colorful, violent, complicated, rich history.
  4. Kazan is a large cultural, scientific and industrial centre of Russia.
  5. Kazan is a large industrial, cultural and education center of the Russian Federation, situated on the Volga river, 800 km East from Moscow.


  1. Kamarinskaya is a Russian dance, which is mostly known today as the Russian composer Glinka 's opus.
  2. Kamarinskaya is a Russian traditional dance , which is mostly known today as the Russian composer Mikhail Glinka 's opus.

Japanese-Russian Relations

  1. Japanese-Russian relations are improving.


  1. Iskra are friends for sure, we help each other out and spend time with one another.
  2. Iskra is a Spark in russian.
  3. Iskra is a clips library that holds the worldwide rights to over 8 , 000 home-video clips from Russia.
  4. Iskra is a dog with excellent qualities - fast reaction, strength, high intellect and a great desire to work.
  5. Iskra is a great club with the.


  1. Yabloko is a liberal party that was founded in 1993.
  2. Yabloko is a democratic political party headed by a well-known economist Grigoriy Yavlinskiy.
  3. Yabloko is a general democraticparty supporting people's rights.
  4. Yabloko is a European party.
  5. Yabloko is a Russian social political movement, comprising 72 regional.

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