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Photo credit: The memory of Fyodor Poletaev, who was awarded the highest military awards of the Soviet Union and Italy, was honored in Italy and Russia. The memorial ceremony took place on February 2. It was held in Cantalupo Ligure, where the legendary partisan is buried,...

06.02.2021 Subject: History

Photo credit: The anniversary of the victory in the Battle of Stalingrad was celebrated in Great Britain, the Rossotrudnichestvo website reports. Traditionally, this holiday unites Russian compatriots, local residents and representatives of other countries. All over the...

03.02.2021 Subject: History

Photo credit: RCSC in Dar es Salaam Photo exhibitions dedicated to the history of World War II opened in the capital of Tanzania. They started work on the basis of the Dodoma secondary school, they were organized by the Russian Center for Science and Culture, operating in Dar es...

01.02.2021 Subject: History

Photo credit: the Russian Embassy in Montenegro / A monument to the legendary Soviet military leader Georgy Zhukov has appeared in Montenegro, TASS reports. It was installed in the city of Berane, located in the north of the country. The opening ceremony was timed to the Day...

10.12.2020 Subject: History

Photo credit: 50 copies of the Memories of Veterans book, donated by the Canadian Association of World War II Veterans from the USSR, will be distributed among the war veterans and the siege survivors living in Canada, the press service of organizations of Russian...

09.12.2020 Subject: History


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"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.
In recent days, the #1 topic in the Western and Russian media is the confirmation of the effectiveness and safety of the Sputnik V vaccine by The Lancet, one of the most authoritative medical journals in the world. The World Health Organization has already stated that they consider the presented test results as proof of the quality of the Russian vaccine.
Stanislav Beletskiy, a teacher from Krasnoyarsk, gives Russian language classes at the University of Dodoma, one of Tanzania’s leading universities. He recently posted a video from his class where students occupied all desks, sat on the floor,and in the aisles. Seven years ago, when he first arrived in Tanzania, there were six people in the group only, and now there’s no room to swing a cat.