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Arbat street. The soul of Moscow. [MoscowTravelGuide]
So let's walk along the Arbat pavement and find out where Lev Tolstoy had dinner, where Alexander Pushkin spent his honeymoon and where Bulgakov's Margarita flew on the broom.
From the 19th century Arbat becomes one of the most aristocratic street in Moscow together with Povarskaya street. You can see an interesting video about this street on our channel.
Tolstoy, Rastopchin, Gagarin, Dolgorukiy, Cheremetiev, Golitsyn - all these noblemen lived here. Small mansions in empire style, wooden houses surrounded by gardens, but practically no shops.
The origin of the word Arbat is a mystery. Maybe it comes from the word arba -cart and maybe from the arabic word rabat -suburbs.
The street starts from the Arbat square. There is a cinema theatre Khudogestvenniy here - one of the oldest cinemas in Russia. It was opened in 1909 and then rebuilt by architect Shekhtel.
Arbatskaya metro station, that faces the square, has a shape of a five pointed star. This building is one of the first symbols of the Moscow metro.
From the end of the 19th century Arbat gets its contemporary look with several floor apartment houses, hotels, restaurants and shops. The names of its owners become popular, Filippov’s bakery, Shustov’s vines, Einem’s sweets.
Merchant Semen Tararikin openes Praga inn. We’ve told about this famous restaurant in our video about Povarskaya street.
Right here Chekov celebrated the premiere of his Seagull, Tolstoy read his novels. Poet Vladimir Mayakovsky liked to go here, when Praga became Мosselprom canteen.
In 1930s-1950 Arbat becomes the main government route. Stalin drives here to Kremlin every day, and the street itself is under the constant supervision of the secret police. Anatoliy Rybakov wrote about this times of arrests and repressions in his book The children of Arbat And here is the house where the action of the novel takes place.
Arbat becomes the first walking street in Moscow and the most popular one only 30 years ago.
Since the times of Perestroika Arbat becomes the centre of spontaneous concerts, actors playing in the street, poets reading their poems, singers, professional and unprofessional performing in a couple of meters of each other. Tents with souvenirs, book markets, painters were at every step of the street.
Last year the authorities banned the informal culture on Arbat, and the music stopped here.
Let's continue our walk- this building in soviet classicism style is the Vakhtangov drama theatre. Its history started in 1913 with the theatre studio, opened by the pupil of Stanislavskiy Yevgeny Vakhtangov. In 1926 the studio became a theater and the theatrical school - today it is the famous Schuka. Its graduates are many well known russian actors and directors.
As I told before from the 19th century some sеveral floor apartment houses appeared on Arbat. This impressive building in neo gothic style was built in 1913 by order of Anna Filatova. It is considered that Bulgakov's Margarita smashed the apartment of Latunski right here.
This 6 floor mansion was built only for 6 months, and in the beginning of the 20th century it was a real skyscraper!
From 1992 the house of Filatova is the Actors house. And it has its symbol: 2 knights on the corner tower on the height of the 4th floor. Not many people look so high to mention these fearsome guardians. But they still lean on their swords and watch the people who walk along Arbat.
And this house was a home of Alexander Pushkin! Opposite the house, which is now a museum, there is a sculpture of the poet and his beautiful wife Natalia Goncharova.
It represents the happiest period in Pushkin's life. Right here the young couple spent their honeymoon after the wedding. Pushkin said that he was absolutely happy at this time, and maybe because of that he didn't write a single line!
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Russia: State Sports Museum opens in Moscow
The grand opening of the new Russian State Museum of Sport was held in Moscow, Friday.
Among the dignitaries present were Deputy Prime Minister overseeing Sports Vitali Mutko, Sports Minister Pavel Kolobkov and the head of the Russian Olympic Committee Alexander Zhukov.
SOT, Vitali Mutko, Deputy Prime Minister for sports, tourism and youth policy (Russian): We have been renovating the National Sports Museum for several years. Until recently, the museum exhibits were not available and were in different basements and buildings, at the Olympic Committee. Now the museum is located at Razumovski manor house, we carried out the reconstruction and today is the opening of the museum.
SOT, Vitali Mutko, Deputy Prime Minister for sports, tourism and youth policy (Russian): We are thinking about the development of the territory, it occupies 14 hectares and is on the banks of the Yauza River. We want, together with the government of Moscow, to turn the area into an activity park, so that people can come here with their families at the weekend, could learn about different sports and come to the museum.
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An Private Walk Through Odessa with Olga
I arranged a private walking tour with Olga, Odessawalks.com, to visit Jewish Odessa. Even though the Viking Lomonosov offered a Jewish Odessa, I prefer a private individualized tour whenever possible; to linger or move along at uninteresting sights. Somehow, the Jewish Tour mushroomed into touring Central Odessa in depth and an added Ukrainian Food Tour! Steve and I are always up for food, especially, wonderful Ukrainian food as promised by Olga.
Olga met us at the dock and we began walking on a great day in Odessa...
Soviet avant-garde art from Uzbekistan exhibited in Moscow
(22 Apr 2017) LEADIN
A rare exhibition of Soviet avant-garde art from Uzbekistan has gone on display in Moscow.
The show contains many works collected by 1950s painter Igor Savitsky.
A group of art fans take in Alexander Volkov's 'Brigade entering the field'.
It's one of 200 paintings from the Savitsky State Art Museum of Karakalpakstan to have gone on display at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow.
This rare travelling exhibit is from a gallery widely regarded as having one of the world's best Soviet avant-garde art.
Vladimir Lysenko's painted bull stares at the viewer with flat, black eyes, one of his horns festooned in a mosaic of bright rectangles, the tip of his tail stretched toward a glowing orange globe that may be the sun.
What he intended with this classic painting of the Soviet avant-garde is unknown; it is from an era when unconventional art was literally arresting. Lysenko was arrested in 1935 and what happened to him afterwards is unclear.
Over the years, the painting has become one of the most renowned images of the artistic ferment that bubbled under the strictures of insipid Soviet social realism.
But until recently, anyone who wanted to see it had to travel to an isolated city in Uzbekistan's desert.
The show also draws attention to the history of the museum, which is as remarkable as the works it holds.
In this museum we have gathered some truly unique collections of things that, first of all, tell the story of Turkistan avant-garde. It is a very special field of study, says Director of The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Marina Loshak.
In the 1950s, painter Igor Savitsky got work in an archaeological expedition in Uzbekistan.
He became fascinated by the intricate weavings and elegant pottery of the local Karakalpak ethnic group and collected extensively. Local officials, flattered by his interest, helped him establish a museum in the city of Nukus.
Savitsky was also concerned about the fate of the works of the Soviet Union's more adventurous artists.
In the early 20th century, Russia had been a hotbed of bold art experimentations: Suprematism, Constructivism and visions too idiosyncratic to fit into any category.
But by the early 1930s, authorities decreed that art must express Soviet ideals and be comprehensible to the average worker.
Bold colours, dancing polygons and strange faces disappeared from the public view, replaced by muscular construction workers and children devotedly presenting bouquets to Josef Stalin.
Savitsky began collecting as much of the unofficial art as he could, reportedly filling train sleeping compartments with paintings to bring them to Nukus, some 2000 kilometres (1200 miles) from Moscow.
Savitsky has been praised as a patron of the Nukus art sanctuary and unknown artists of the region.
Many of the works likely would have been destroyed or become irreparably deteriorated if he had not been able to spirit them to the city far away from the central government's attention.
He collected works without taking into consideration whether this was a well-known name or not well-known. He collected art with an orientation on the art itself, says curator Irina Kim.
Bazarbai Serekeyev is an Uzbek artist whose works was spotted by Savitsky in the 70s:
Savitsky looked at my work and asked Did you paint this yourself?, I said yes. After that he bought three of my paintings and told me that I should paint more. He gave me some recommendations. His words inspired me and I started painting more, he says.
Many of the works in the show had to be lovingly restored before they were displayed.
The exhibition in Moscow runs April 21 until 10 May 2017.
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Bakhchisaray Khan's Palace, former residence of the Crimean khans. Travel to Ukraine .
Бахчисарай, ханский дворец, бывшая резиденция Крымских ханов. Путешествие по Украине. Bakhchisaray Khan's Palace, the former residence of the Crimean khans. Travel to Ukraine. Historical and cultural monument of global importance , the world's sample and the Crimean Tatar palace architecture. The palace is part of Bakhchisaray Historical and Cultural Reserve. In the rooms of the palace are located museum of history and culture of the Crimean Tatars , an art museum , an exhibition of weapons and firearms . The grounds of the palace complex occupies 4.3 hectares. The palace is located on the left bank of the river Churuk - Su . In the palace complex consists of the North and South gates, Svitsky body , the palace area , the main building , a harem , Khan's kitchen and stables, library building , falconry Tower, Khan Mosque , Persian Garden , Khan's Cemetery , Dilara Bikech tomb , the tomb tomb of North and South , tombstone rotunda , sauna Sarah - Guzel , promenade with three bridges , gardens and park facilities , Catherine mile and other objects. The architectural style of the palace continues the tradition of Ottoman architecture of XVI-XVII centuries. The main architectural idea is the embodiment of the Muslim view of the garden of Eden on earth. Bakhchisaraj translated from Tatar 's palace - garden , (bağça - garden shed - Palace). Inside the palace courtyards decorated with lots of trees, flowers and fountains. Lightweight structures , decorated with paintings collected window tracery bars. Prior to the construction of the palace in Bakhchisarai Crimean Khans residence was in the valley Ashlama - Dere
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Dedication of memorial to the Jewish victims from Pushkin in Russia
The dedication of a memorial to the Jewish victims from Pushkin in Russia took place on October 13, 1941.
Russia: Candles and flowers in Alexander Garden Park in commemoration of Sinai crash victims
People gathered in Alexander Garden in Moscow on Tuesday, in commemoration of the victims that died in the 2015 Sinai plane crash.
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Российская Империя: Александр III. [13/16] [Eng Sub]
Российская Империя. Александр III.
* Самый русский царь.
* Антилиберализм при Александре.
* Экономический подъём при Александре.
* Земства, эпоха «малых дел».
* Железнодорожный бум в России, крушение царского поезда, строительство Транссиба.
* Художественные и музыкальные пристрастия Александра.
* Смерть в Ливадии.
Monument to Founders of Kyiv
The story behind the name Kyiv goes back hundreds of years to the mythical foundation of the city. According to legend, the city was founded in the 5th century by three brothers, and a sister, the oldest brother being named Prince Kyi. They supposedly sailed down the Dnipro River and established a settlement at the top of four hills on the grounds of what is today known as Schekavitsa and Khorivitsa. One can overlook this area if you go right after ascending Andrew's Descent. You may also visit likenesses of the four siblings in one of two areas, either on the bank of the Dnipro River near Paton bridge, or at the fountain in Maidan Nezaleznosti.
© Kyiv In Your Pocket, 2011
Cossacks helped Russia get Crimea from Turkey 39:43
Donbas (East) 56:55
Crimea turned over to Ukraine 2:16:28
Russia 12:46 / 31:16
UKRAINE - THE BIRTH OF A NATION (2008) / A Jerzy Hoffman Film
1:34 Kyiv (401 - 500)
2:16 Byzantium (330–1453)
2:45 Princess Olga (890 - 969) adopted Christianity
3:28 Chersonesus in Crimea
4:06 Volodymyr the Great (958 - 1015)
4:29 Prince Yaroslav the Wise (978 - 1054)
4:39 Saint Sophia's Cathedral (1100)
5:31 Anna the Queen of France (1030 – 1075)
6:41 Volodymyr II Monomakh (1053-1125)
7:20 Yuri Dolgorukiy (1099 - 1157)
7:37 The Mongols
10:16 The Principality of Galicia–Volhynia or Kingdom of Rus
12:37 Ivan III of Russia (1440-1505)
12:46 The myth about Russia
13:53 Roxolana (1502 – 1558)
15:20 serfdom (Polish oppression)
15:40 printing press
17:14 Zaporizhian Sich
18:33 Ukraine replaces the name Rus
20:15 Brest Union
20:18 The uniates
21:08 Hetman Sagaidachny (1570 - 1622)
23:28 Yarema Vyshnevetsky (1612 – 1651)
24:54 Bohdan Khmelnytsky (1595 – 1657)
30:04 The Pereyaslav Council -------------------------------------------------1654
34:39 Ivan Mazepa (1639 - 1709)
37:06 The Battle of Poltava on 27 June 1709
40:11 Zaporizhian Sich (1552-1709)
French Revolution--------------------------------------------------------------------- 1789
47:03 Dumy - historical ballads
48:18 Greek Catholic Church banned
48:49 Kyiv University (1833)
49:48 The Order of Basilian Fathers
50:55 Taras Shevchenko (1814 - 1861) (age 47)
54:57 Blue and yellow banner
55:45 The Cyril and Methodius Brotherhood
56:32 national liberation movement
56:55 Crimean War ----------------------------------------------------- 1853 to 1856
57:07 Alexander II (1818 - 1881) abolished serfdom
57:26 city of Donetsk (1868)
58:56 Green wedge
59:23 Volodymyr Antonovych (1834 - 1908)
59:28 Mykhailo Drahomanov (1841-1895 )
1:00:42 Lesya Ukrainka (1871 - 1913) (aged 42)
1:02:13 The Shevchenko Scientific Society (1873 )
1:11:03 Mykhailo Hrushevsky
1:03:27 Ivan Franko (1856 - 1916)
1:04:22 History of Ukraine-Ruthenia
1:04:49 Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky (1865 - 1944) 1:45:42
1:06:31 World War I------------------------------------------------------------------1914
1:07:32 Dmitro Dontsov (1883 - 1973)
1:07:57 (1914) Russian occupation
1:11:24 Symon Petliura
1:11:24 West Ukrainian People's Republic
1:19:27 Ukrainian Galician Army
1:23:30 Nestor Makhno
1:30:48 The Russian famine ----------------------------------------------------1921
1:41:21 Ukr National Democratic Alliance, (UNDO)
1:42:20 Ukr Sich Riflemen
1:42:43 (UVO) Ukr Military Organization
1:42:51 Yevhen Konovalets
1:43:10 Dmytro Dontsov
1:44:01 The Organization of Ukr Nationalists (OUN)
1:44:52 (1933) Stepan Bandera head of OUN
1:47:07 Avgustyn Voloshyn
1:47:33 Melnyk's and Bandera's
1:39:06 collectivization (1939)
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World War II ----------------------------------------------------------------(1939 - 1945)
1:51:24 The Nachtigall Battalion (Nightingale)
1:51:43 Independent Ukr State
1:44:50 Stepan Bandera (1909 – 1959) -----------------------------------1933
Between Hitler & Stalin: Ukraine in World War II
Wehrmacht Saves Innocent Civilians In Ukraine 1941
1:53:42 Babi Yar
1:55:40 partisan warfare
1:44:01 Organization of Ukr Nationalists (OUN)
1:57:42 Roman Shukhevych
1:58:57 UPA - Ukrainian Insurgent Army
2:00:04 ethnic cleansing (1943)
2:02:32 SS Galicia Division
2:02:33 Banderavists (Bandera) split of OUN (former UVO) 1:47:26
2:02:25 Melnykovites (Melnyk)
2:02:57 SS Galicia crushed by the Red Army
2:04:51 Nikita Khrushchev
2:05:21 Joseph Stalin
1:39:56 RUSYN replaced the term Ukrainian
2:10:30 Operation Vistula (Polish: Akcja Wisła)
2:12:00 The Greek Catholic Church abolishment
2:12:21 Josyf Slipyj (1893 - 1984)
1:49:25 annexation of the Western Ukraine
2:16:33 turning Crimea over to Ukraine
2:18:25 Thaw (early 1950s to the early 1960s)
2:30:09 (April 26 1986) - Chornobyl disaster
2:35:30 Rukh - Movement
2:37:29 (1991) Declaration of Sovereignty of Ukraine
1:13:48 The Ukr People's Republic of 1918 - 1920
2:50:29 The Orange Revolution (2004)
State spox: Detention Russian nationals in 3rd countries. 27 Aug 2015
John Kirby, State Department Spokesperson.
U.S. Department of State - Daily Briefing: August.27.2015
FINNS CONFIRM RUSSIAN SUSPECTED OF COMPUTER CRIMES DETAINED ON US REQUEST – 27 Aug - Finnish officials say a Russian citizen has been detained in Finland on an international arrest warrant issued by the United States. The Justice Ministry said in a statement Thursday that Maxim Senakh was arrested Aug. 8. No details were given.
The ministry added Senakh faces charges of several cases of computer fraud and misdemeanor in Minnesota, and is suspected of having derived considerable benefit from his activities.
In Moscow, the foreign ministry called it just another manifestation of an illegal practice of U.S. officials to detain Russian nationals in other countries.
The Finns said the United States had 45 days to submit an official extradition request or he would be released.
DETENTION OF RUSSIAN NATIONAL IN FINLAND PART OF US ‘WITCH HUNT’: Foreign Ministry - 27 Aug - […] We understand well that this is not a separate incident, it is a manifestation of a certain US policy. Essentially, it can be described as a ‘witch hunt,’ Zakharova told reporters.
RUSSIAN, DETAINED IN FINLAND, CAN’T BE EXTRADITED TO US: Russian Foreign Ministry - 26 Aug - […] It is evident that if the talk was about the necessity to stop criminal activity, it would be more logical to first send relevant information to the country of citizenship of the suspect, the more so as Russia and the United States have a contractual framework for cooperation in the criminal and legal sphere. But it is not being done, the commissioner said.
DIPLOMAT SAYS US GOES AHEAD WITH MANHUNT FOR RUSSIAN CITIZENS IN THIRD COUNTRIES - 29 Jan - […] They are arrested on very far-fetched charges. We are told nothing. As for Russian law enforcement agencies, they do not get any preliminary information from the Americans, which violates the bilateral treaty of 1999 on mutual legal assistance in criminal cases.
RUSSIA EXPECTS EXPLANATIONS FROM USA OVER DETENTION OF RUSSIAN NATIONAL IN THIRD COUNTRY - 09 July 2014 - […] Son of State Duma lawmaker Valery Seleznyov representing the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR), Russian citizen Roman Seleznyov, whom the US suspects of cybercrime and personal data theft is in custody on the US island of Guam in the Pacific Ocean, Western District of Washington Assistant US Attorney, Todd Greenberg, reported on Tuesday, July 8.
FOREIGN MINISTRY CONCERNED OVER US ‘HUNT’ FOR RUSSIAN CITIZENS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES - 11 Apr 2014 - […] “Without any reasons the US administration is refusing to recognize the reunification between Russia and Crimea that fully meets the international legal standards and the UN charter. It tries to make a routine practice out of hunting for Russian citizens in third countries with subsequent extradition and conviction in the USA, usually over dubious charges,” reads the statement posted on the Ministry’s web-site on Friday. […]
The warning is very similar to the one issued in September 2013, after the detention of Russian citizens in third countries at the request of US law enforcers had become more frequent. The statement mentioned the arrests of Dmitry Ustinov in Lithuania, Dmitry Belorossov in Spain, Maksim Chukhrayev in Costa Rica and Aleksander Panin in the Dominican Republic.
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키시너우 북쪽 40킬로미터 떨어진 곳에 오르헤이가 있다. 오르헤이 안에서도 아름답기로 소문난 트레브지니 마을이다. 절벽 같은 암벽에 둘러싸인 마을이다. 몰도바는 로마, 타타르 족, 몽골, 러시아까지 수 많은 침략을 받았고, 그 때 흔적이 지금도 이 마을에 남아있다. 수많은 침략과 전쟁 속에서 사람들은 절벽에 난 동굴로 몸을 피했다. 자연히 이곳은 예배 장소가 되었고 역경의 시간동안 피난처로 사용되었다. 한때 70군데에 달했으나 지금은 15곳 정도가 남아 있다. 언덕위 교회까지 관광객을 위해 말이나 소가 끄는 수레가 있다. 우리 돈으로 5천원 정도면 입구까지 데려다 준다. 수많은 전쟁의 어려운 상황에서도 교회는 늘 그 자리에서 변함없이 몰도바인들의 구심점이 되었고 구세주가 되었다. 마지막 30여미터는 바윗길이라 소달구지가 가기엔 위험하다. 걸어서 간다. 마리아 암반 교회의 돌로 된 십자가다. 오랜 세월을 지낸 모습이다. 이 십자가를 세 바퀴 돌면 소원이 이뤄진다고 한다. 마리아 암반 교회는 지하 암반 교회중 제일 크고 오래되었다. 13세기에 만들어졌고 타타르족과 몽고군이 침입했을 때 많은 사람들이 피난과 기도의 장소로 사용했다. 지금도 수도사들이 기도 하는 장소로 사용되고 있다. 이렇게 높은 절벽을 어떻게 올라 왔을까 싶다. 이곳이 아주 오래 전에는 바다였음을 보여주는 조개 화석들이 바위 곳곳에 있다. 암반 교회 내부는 전기도 들어오지 않는다. 어두운 곳에서 성경책을 보는 수도사는 햇빛에 의존할 수 밖에 없다. 비록 전기도 없는 교회지만 수도사의 신앙심만큼은 깊었다. 105년 전에 세워진 마리아 암반 교회와 같이 있는 성모 마리아 승천 교회다. 젊은 수도사가 저녁 예배를 알리는 종을 치고 있다. 종소리는 천년의 세월을 넘어 울려 퍼지고 있다.
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Chisinau Orhei where it is 40 km north away. Orhei even in a town notorious for its beautiful TREVES Ginny. It is surrounded by rock cliffs of the village. Moldova has received a lot of aggression to be Roma, Tatar, Mongolia, Russia, and then there are still traces remain in the village. In numerous invasions and wars, people avoided the body as I cave in the cliff. Naturally, there was a place of worship was used as a refuge during times of adversity. Once Empire amounted to 70 places now remain about 15 places. There is a horse and cattle wagons to attract tourists to the hill above the church. We give money to take us to 5000 won or so entrance. Even in difficult situations of war, many churches became the focal point became the savior of Moldovans always invariably in place. The last 30 meters are dangerous bawitgil as the top small dalguji yen. Go on foot. The stone crosses of Mary Church Rock. A figure who served for many years. Three wheels and is just around the cross and wish accomplished. Mary was the best big old rock church of underground rock church. Was built in the 13th century, many people were used as a place of refuge and prayer when the Tatars invaded and monggogun. There are still used as a place where monks prayed. How did you come up so I want a high cliff. Sea shellfish fossils here is showing yeoteum very long time before they are around on the rocks. Rock Church interior does not turn electricity. See also the Bible in a dark place to live can not but depend on sunlight. Although electricity is not a church, but as much as deep piety of the monks. The Virgin Mary Ascension Church in the rock, as Mary Church, built 105 years ago. A young monk is striking the bell for Vespers. Bells are ringing spread over the years of the millennium.
■클립명: 유럽141-몰도바01-02 트레브지니 마을의 마리아 교회/Trebujeni/Maria Church/Cross
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Moscow Out: Palaces
The Moscow Region boasts some of the most breathtaking palaces and royal estates which are often at their best when the snow falls. They glisten majestically under the bright, crisp winter sun and are a sight all visitors must see. Martyn Andrews takes some first-time visitors to explore snow covered Russian Palaces, introducing them to a range of real Russian fairytale locations. Welcome to a wedding cake landscape!
Upset Putin Scolds Russian Minister: You Didn't Answer My Question And You Don't Have An Opinion!
Russian President Vladimir Putin held a meeting of the Presidential Council on the Russian Language.
The meeting participants focused on the implementation of the Federal Law On the State Language of the Russian Federation, support for and popularisation of the Russian language and literature abroad and preparations for the celebration of Alexander Pushkin’s 225th birth anniversary.
The Council on the Russian Language was established in 2014 to improve state policy in the development, protection and support of the Russian language.
The new composition of the Council was approved on August 2. In addition to leading Russian philologists and linguists, it includes representatives of the teachers’ community, Russian literature historians, directors of literature museums, writers and publishers.
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The Black Russian, a book by Vladimir Alexandrov
In this interview the author talks about his upcoming book -- the story of Frederick Thomas, the son of former slaves in Mississippi who became a millionaire theatrical impresario in Moscow on the eve of the 1917 Russian Revolution.
MOSCOW, Pushkin Square July 2018
Very nice place for tourists in Moscow
Dedication of memorial to the Jewish victims from Pushkin in Russia
The dedication of a memorial to the Jewish victims from Pushkin in Russia took place on October 13, 1941.