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Photo credit: Suvan Chowdhury / The evening of Russian romance songs took place in one of the libraries of the Croatian city of Split. The concert was organized by the Russian Rodnik cultural society with the financial support of the municipality. The concert was attended by...

24.02.2021 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: Vasnetsov Apollinary “Crimea. View from the Swallow's Nest ”. From the collection of the Tretyakov Gallery / Almost 2,000 works of art will be presented in a new online project prepared by the Tretyakov Gallery, RIAMO reports. ...

19.02.2021 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: The Russian capital of the 20th century became the main theme of the works of the artist Alexei Mikulin. For several years, models of Moscow buildings and even entire streets have come out from under his hands. The artist himself says that he does not pretend to...

16.02.2021 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: Dmitry Shostakovich's music was performed yesterday in the Bulgarian capital, TASS reports. The first concert for violin and orchestra was performed by the famous musician Maxim Vengerov. Nayden Todorov took the place behind the conductor of the Sofia...

12.02.2021 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: the ceremonial portrait of Catherine II by Dmitry Levitsky / The “Divine and avant-garde. Women in Russian Art” exhibition began working in Milan. It was prepared by the Russian Museum, according to The Art Newspaper Russia. One of the largest...

11.02.2021 Subject: Culture


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The largest Russian school in Sydney celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Back in 1971, St. Alexander Nevsky Russian School was formed out of the parochial school of the same name. Over the years, this educational institution has brought up several generations of city residents in line with the Russian spirit.
On the occasion of its 150th anniversary, the State Historical Museum begins a large-scale renovation. The scope includes the main building of the museum on Red Square, the Monument to Minin and Pozharsky, the Novodevichy Convent, and other objects. However, the museum will be open for visitors. Aleksey Levykin, the museum director, told the Russkiy Mir about the restoration, new exhibitions, and interactive projects of the State Historical Museum.
"Russians build houses from things they have available at hand. Their skills and sense of beauty are admired all over the world," says photographer Fyodor Savintsev. Fyodor was engaged in photojournalism for about 20 years. His attention recently has been drawn to Russian "dachas" - country houses that might seem to be of a dime-a-dozen type and are scattered throughout the Arkhangelsk region.
Today Russian ballet is a world-famous brand. It was Anna Pavlova, a famous Russian ballerina, who made it this way more than a hundred years ago. She was the one who suggested Sergei Diaghilev to include ballet performances in Russian Seasons. And soon the whole world was at Pavlova's feet. February 12 marks the 140th anniversary of the birth of this outstanding woman, whose name is remembered and whose talent is still admired all over the world.
Alexander Veraksa, Doctor of Psychology and Head of the Department of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, won the 2019 Russian Federation Presidential science and innovation award for young people. His educational methods are used not only in Russia but also in many countries of the world. The Russkiy Mir spoke with the scientist about the developmental features of contemporary children.