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Masha plus Porridge is the 17th episode at the first season of the popular Russian animation movie Masha and the Bear. It has gained more than two billions of views at video hosting YouTube. The episode was published a bit more than 5 years ago at the channel Get Movies. The main heroine – a naughty girl called Masha makes a lot of mess cooking...

16.03.2017 Subject: Miscellaneous

In March, Russian society Rodnik (the Spring) celebrates 15th anniversary since its foundation in Split, Croatia, World Coordinating Council of Russian Compatriots living abroad informs. In relation to this date, society activists organized literary musical holiday with participation of local Russophiles and our compatriots. Julia Rehak read poems of famous...

15.03.2017 Subject: Diaspora

Russian culture festival Russian Image runs in Padova, Italy, from 10 to 21 of March. This event is dedicated to the Silver Age. The organizers made an attempt to return 100 years back rediscovering the art of the beginning of XX century, an art-director of the festival Natalya Pirogova noted. The festival is the crossroads for...

12.03.2017 Subject: Diaspora

Another Cathedral of the Russian Orthodox Church will be erected in Hungary, RIA Novosti informs. Heviz was chosen as a place of its construction. The corresponding agreement was signed by representatives of the Hungarian Ministry of Human Resources and local eparchy of the Russian Orthodox Church. Moreover,...

10.03.2017 Subject: Religion

The second Russian Ball will take place at the legendary Karlovy Vary hotel Imperial. This mega event is supported by Viennese Ball in Moscow company, Municipal Authorities, and The Russian Embassy in Check Republic. Public figures, such as European politicians and diplomats, social activists and business elite will attend the chick event....

10.03.2017 Subject: Community

IV District Creative Festival of foreign languages for the youth took place in Lyceum of Technology and Economics not far from Krakow in Skavin. Students from lyceums, high schools and colleges of Malopolskoye Voevodstvo (Region at the South of Poland) were actively participating in the event. The festival was held in the Event Hall at the Lyceum of Technology and...

01.03.2017 Subject: Education

Traditional Butter Week Russian culture festival starts in London, TASS reports. This year, the locals will say «good bye» to the winter in British-Russian style for the 8th time. As per organizers, the Ensemble Productions, this event calls to promote the true diversity of Russian culture in Britain. The project is supported by the Russkiy Mir Foundation. The Gala...

20.02.2017 Subject: Community

January, 27 is a special day both for Polish and Russian people and it has good reasons why. It is the International Day of Victims Commemoration tortured by fascists. Leningrad blockade survivors and prisoners of Auschwitz–Birkenau concentration camp in Oswiecim city, Poland, had a sigh of relief at that very day. Leningrad citizens had been sieged for about 900 heroic days, and the camp prisoners for 5 long...

10.02.2017 Subject: Diaspora

On 20-24 December the Russian Center under the Tajik National University (TNU) hosted advanced training courses Application of Innovative Technologies to Teaching Russian arranged for Russian language teachers. The courses were arranged by the Russian Center at the TNU and the branch of the Institute for Teachers’ Continuing Education as part of the festival...

28.12.2016 Subject: RussianLanguage

On 20 December, the Russian Center operating in Granda hosted a lecture and debates dealing with Grigory Rasputin as part of the implemented program of lectures and round-table sessions dedicated to Russia’s history. The topic to be discussed was chosen not coincidentally as 30 December is the day of the 100th anniversary since Grigory Rasputin’s assassination. The meeting...

26.12.2016 Subject: History

Within the series of events dedicated to the works of the great Russian poets organized by the Russian Center in Krakow, we have prepared classes to mark the birth anniversary of Nikolay Alekseyevich Nekrasov, the great poet, prosaist, critic and publisher. ...

22.12.2016 Subject: Culture


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