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Svetlana Smetanina Photo credit: https://ru.wikipedia.org/ 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 his Saison Russe. 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. Anna Pavlova was born into the family of a soldier and a laundress. It would seem that fate could not...

16.02.2021
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Culture

Svetlana Smetanina Photo credit: The Ministry of Education of Russia 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. – You won the 2019 Russian Federation Presidential science and innovation award for young...

11.02.2021
Rubric: Interview
Subject: Education

Editor’s office of the Russkiy Mir Portal Photo credit: E. Samarin / https://www.mos.ru/mayor/themes/18299/6993050/?utm_source=search&utm_term=news 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. This news did not come as a surprise - at least for those who live in Russia or have...

08.02.2021
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Общество

Sergey Vinogradov 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. As Stanislav told Russkiy Mir, the growth in the number of Russian-speaking tourists in Tanzania has caused a real boom in the Russian language popularity among local youth. And after the Russkiy Mir Foundation opened...

04.02.2021
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Общество

Svetlana Smetanina Vasily Lanovoy at the monument to Ivan Varavva opening. Photo credit: eva.ru Vasily Lanovoy used to call himself a "theater soldier". But he can actually be called a soldier of the bygone but great era and rightfully so - he did not betray its ideals and did not exchange them for something material and transitory. Therefore, he will stay in our hearts as the very soul of the purest and most worthy memories about that time, as an image of a human being and man. Vasily Lanovoy has passed away… Yes, it is about age – he turned 87 on January 16. Yes, it is about sudden...

04.02.2021
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Culture

Vladimir Emelianenko The first Museum of Self-Isolation opened in Russia. The joint collaborative project of the Museum of Moscow and Triumph Gallery has already attracted attention of colleagues from Berlin, London, New York. Anna Trapkova, director general of the Museum of Moscow, talks with Russkiy Mir about some artifacts from Coronavirus times and how the museum has became an archive of emotions and habits of online people. Photo: Museum of Self-isolation https://www.isolation.mosmuseum.ru/stories/tpost/eh973of0h1-v-odin-iz-dnei-ya-brodila-po-chetirnadts ...

28.01.2021
Rubric: Interview
Subject: Culture

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Photo credit: M. Denisov / mos.ru (CC BY 4.0) Day of the Unknown Soldier is celebrated in Russia on Friday, December 3, Voennoye Obozreniye reports. On Deecember 3, 1966, the remains of the unknown soldier were solemnly reburied in the Alexander Garden in Moscow. The monument to... .
Photo credit: Andrey Lach / ru.wikipedia.org (CC BY-SA 3.0) The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has named the Bekhovo village in the Tula Region as one of the winners of the Best Tourist Villages competition. Bekhovo competed with 170 settlements from 75 countries. The winners... .
Photo credit: Zairon / ru.wikipedia.org (CC BY-SA 4.0) The Russian literature salon has started for the 7th time at the Russian Spiritual and Cultural Orthodox Center in Paris; it is going last until December 5. The program includes events dedicated to Fyodor Dostoevsky and... .
Photo credit: kamzyw / pixabay.com Moscow's mayor office has prepared an extensive business and cultural program within the framework of the Days of Moscow in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The forum will run until December 8, the office's website reports. The... .
The Russian Center in Thessaloniki took part in the 18th International Book Exhibition, which took place November 25-28. The exhibition was organized by the Helekspo exposition complex, together with the Writers' Union of Northern Greece, and the Barbunakis and Altandzis publishing... .