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On November 12, the results of the Russian calligraphy competition were summed up at the Russian Center of the Peking University of Foreign Languages. The event was attended by 15 finalists who are studying in the junior courses of the Busan University of Foreign Studies.  ...

16.11.2020 Subject: Education

On Sunday, October 11, in the historic center of Milan, a meeting was held between the staff of the Russian Center and the participants of the 2020 calligraphy competition, dedicated to letters in Russian literature. During the meeting, the traditional presentation of certificates and nice prizes was held. ...

12.10.2020 Subject: Diaspora

Dmitri Shostakovich's Symphony No. 7 in C major, Op. 60, titled Leningrad, dedicated to the feat of the defenders of the city during the Great Patriotic War, was performed on the stage of the ancient theater in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, on the Day of the State Flag of Russia. The concert was attended by students, teachers and staff of the Russian Center of Plovdiv University. ...

24.08.2020 Subject: Community


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November 19 marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ivan Fyodorovich Krusenstern who led the first Russian circumnavigation of the Earth. It was this voyage that enabled Russia to become one of the world's maritime powers and empowered Russian seafarers to discover Antarctica a few years later. Vitaly Sychev, a member of the RGS and UNESCO expert, tells about Ivan Krusenstern’s role in popularization of Russian science, as well as in establishment of the Russian Geographical Society that turns 175 these days.
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