Russia delivered humanitarian aid to Serbia1
03.04.2020 In total, Russia is going to send to Serbia 11 planes with military experts and equipment.
Russia delivered humanitarian aid to Serbia
Month of Russian-American history kicked off in NY2
03.04.2020 Unique historical photos are going to be exhibited online.
Month of Russian-American history kicked off in NY
Russia becomes one of world leaders in terms of mobile technologies 3
02.04.2020 It comes after the US and Japan in this aspect.
Russia becomes one of world leaders in terms of mobile technologies
Russian plane with humanitarian aid arrived in NY4
02.04.2020 The plane brought the medical equipment, disinfectants, glasses, masks, and respirators.
Russian plane with humanitarian aid arrived in NY
Russian healthcare ready for possible increase in coronavirus cases5
01.04.2020 Almost 80,000 hospital beds and 50,000 mechanical ventilation devices are prepared throughout the country.
Russian healthcare ready for possible increase in coronavirus cases
“I was astonished by power of the Vologda church, and its spirit,” said the famous Italian architect Elisabetta Fabbri having visited the dilapidated Church of the Descent of the Holy Spirit. While spending a few days in Vologda, the Master of Architecture, a member of the Venice Order of Architects and Conservation Professionals, the conservation architect of Teatro alla Scala and other opera houses in Italy, and the recipient of the presidential order supported the restoration of the church and gave valuable recommendations. She inspired Vologda students to restoration feats and told her Russian colleagues about modern restoration trends and techniques used in Europe.
The first Winter School of the Russian language was held for Japanese citizens at Pacific State University. At the request of students, the opening of the Winter School was timed to coincide with the Russian winter holiday - Maslenitsa. The students used their spare time to get acquainted with the sights of the Khabarovsk Territory.
Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna, the younger sister of Emperor Nicholas II, wrote in her memoirs: “…the only sovereign houses that were not related to the Romanovs were the Habsburgs, the Bourbons and the House of Braganza ...” Russian grand dukes used to marry foreign princesses, and princesses married rulers of other states.
Ekaterina Burvikova, a teacher of Russian from the USA, came up with an unorthodox method for teaching Russian as a foreign language. She teaches her students through Instagram. Recently, she shared her method with colleagues from other countries at a conference on Russian language, which was held in Pskov. During her interview with the Russkiy Mir, she told how to motivate nowadays students to learn Russian.
The world of sports, and not only sports, was shocked by the expected and yet unexpected news - Maria Sharapova officially announced her retirement from tennis, which she dedicated 28 out of nearly 33 years of her life to. It is inconceivable, but probably really enough. Even if Maria has not been in the top ten or even in the top hundred for quite a while, she will forever stay in the history of women's tennis as one of its most prominent players.
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