Russian Culture

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Day of Knowledge

Day of Knowledge falls on September 1. It is a "joyous" day that marks the beginning of the school year. Children dress in their best new school outfits, girls with their hair in bows, all carrying flowers to present to their teachers.


Tourists Destination

Altai mountains-Altai Mountains are mountain ranges stretching across Central Asia and through the state borders Russia, China, Mongolia and Kazakhstan.


Derbent-Derbent is a city in the Republic of Dagestan, Russia.

Red Square-Red Square is located in a field next to the Kremlin, Moscow, Russia. In this field, there is a Soviet Union History Museum, St. Basil's Cathedral was built in XIV century with the fall of Kazan, and the Mausoleum of Lenin as a funeral Vladimir Lenin's body is preserved. Red Square is the place of ceremony, celebration and militaryparade which preceded the Soviet Union and continued by the Russian Federation.




Famous People


NASTIA LIUKIN
- gymnast who won the Gold medal for the US in the highly touted 2008 all around individual gymnastics competition.



YURI GAGARIN-Russian cosmonaut who became the world's first man in space in 1961

VICTORIA AZARENKA-tennis player, winner of multiple Australian Open and Grand Slam titles, bronzed in the 2012 Olympics.

Parks

Gorky Park-Gorky Park is Moscow's most famous funfair, and attracts big crowds in the summer months. For toddlers, there's the well-equipped lunapark, with a number of simple but safe rides. For older children, there are rollercoasters, a house of horrors, the gravity-defying 'Fly Machine', and the Buran, a genuine space shuttle, shelved in the eighties, that now contains a flight simulator. In winter, the huge outdoor skating rink is extremely popular, but not recommended for younger children, whereas the pedal boats that come out on the ponds in summer are a staid but safe way to kill a half-hour in the sun


VvTS-Amongst it's many attractions, the VVTs has plenty designed especially for children. There are two funfairs, one for toddlers (Attra-park), and one - with rollercoasters, motorbikes and the largest big wheel in Europe - for older kids (Attraktsionomaniya). There's also the Theatre of Funny Horrors, which has an old-fashioned charm, and a few of the ubiquitous gaming arcades and shooting galleries. As there's plenty more to do with children in the area, the VVTs could be one of the best places in the city for a family day out.


Poklonnaya Gora-This section of Victory Park has long been popular as a gathering place for Moscow youth. Although nothing special, the funfair has all the usual rides: carousels, a ghost train, dodgems, etc. There's also a 3D cinema, and Europe's largest ocean aquarium is now under construction nearby.




Interesting facts

1.Russian children go to school for 10 years. They start at age 6 or 7 and end when they are 16 or 17. School usually begins at 8:30 and ends at 2:00.


2.A traditional Russian meal consists of fish, potatos, vegetables and bread. Fresh meat and vegetables

3.They lead in Liteture,art and music

Siteing my sources

All information from google.com


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