Master Russian on lockdown 13.07.2020Russian language does not have days off. It is not afraid of pandemics. And sometimes it benefits from self-isolation of those who seek to master it. Having worked online for months, Russian language courses around the world are setting to actively accepts students into offline groups. The Russkiy Mir contacted teachers from different countries and found out that the lockdown and experience in e-teaching opened up new opportunities for specialists in Russian philology. Some of them conceived the idea to develop a system of electronic textbooks and globalize the programs; others initiated active engagement of lecturers and guests from all over the world for their online classes, and also mastered advanced training for teachers in virtual environment.
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Memory of the Grand Duchess Elizaveta Feodorovna is honored in Darmstadt
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Memory of the Grand Duchess Elizaveta Feodorovna is honored in Germany, Culture TV reports. Memorial plaque was installed on a building facade in Darmstadt, where Prince Carl Palace used to be. Princess von Hessen-Darmstadt was born there 154 years ago.
Imperial Orthodox Palestinian Society aspired the memorial plaque installment. the Grand Duchess Elizaveta Feodorovna was heading it in the beginning of the 20th century. After the death of her husband Sergey Alexandrovich she's established several dozens charitable organizations, Martha-Mary charitable monastery where ahe's worked as a sister of mercy.
Princess was killed by Bolsheviks on July, 18 1918. She was canonized a saint in 1992 by Assembly of Hierarchs of the Russian Orthodox Church.
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Key words to understand the Battle of Chesma 11.07.2020Starting from Peter the Great days, Russian glossary of nautical terms was compiled based on Dutch terms. Furthermore, it experienced a significant impact from English, German and Italian terminology. Events associated with naval glory of Russia can be reconstructed through interpretation of those inherent terms. The Battle of Chesma is one of such events.