Vladimir Putin: Hungary remains one of key Russian partners in Europe1
19.09.2018 Cooperation in the humanitarian and economic fields were on the agenda.
Vladimir Putin: Hungary remains one of key Russian partners in Europe
Polish activists launch contest for best project of monument to Soviet soldiers2
19.09.2018 Kursk Society announces competition for the best draft for a new monument to Soviet soldiers who liberated Poland.
Polish activists launch contest for best project of monument to Soviet soldiers
Russia calls on OSCE to influence Baltic states and Ukraine authorities3
18.09.2018 The OSCE should influence the Baltic republics and Ukraine to cease discrimination against national minorities.
Russia calls on OSCE to influence Baltic states and Ukraine authorities
Russia blames Israel in IL-20 military aircraft crash in Syria4
18.09.2018 Russian Defence Ministry: Israel claimed the lives of 15 Russian military personnel.
Russia blames Israel in IL-20 military aircraft crash in Syria
Recognition of diplomas and other documents to be signed between Russian and Hungary5
18.09.2018 Hungary's Viktor Orban starts his official visit to Moscow today.
Recognition of diplomas and other documents to be signed between Russian and Hungary
For the forth year in a row our young compatriot from Israel Ivan Bodrov spends his vocation in a very unusual manner – he clears Arctic islands from trash. For a month he will be engaged in heavy physical labour – from morning till night at zero degrees centigrade. But, according to Ivan, now he cannot imagine his life otherwise.
Special dinner in celebration of 200th birthday anniversary of Ivan Turgenev to be held on behalf of the Lord Mayor (Oberbürgermeister) of Baden-Baden, and the mayor of the commune of Bougival will open commemorations of the writer conducted near Paris. For three days Sorbonne and Sénat de la France in Paris will accommodate Turgenev scholars from all over the world.
Seeing a woman in sari in India is an ordinary occasion, but probably no one has ever seen a man in kosovorotka* or a young woman in kokoshnik**. “A folk costume in day-to-day life would look rather exotic than fashionable,” admits Natalia Loginova, the head of Fashion and Design Center D3 (the All-Russia Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art). “However, addressing traditions is one of the modern design trends.”
Faraway past and near future have been debated throughout this week in Ryazan. The city hosts the first International Forum of Ancient Cities, which has become a global platform to discuss development and preservation of towns and cities that are 500+ years old. The Forum has been attended by representatives of Russian cities and towns, as well as representatives from Europe and the CIS countries.
Ten years ago Ivan Khafisov, a photographer, went on business to Engels, a city in the Saratov Region. Walking along the street, he took a photo of a wooden house with bright window shutters. That very moment marked the beginning for the Russia’s first Virtual museum of decorated windows.
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