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Information for Primary School children as part of their 'International Day'

Information for Primary School children as part of their 'International Day'

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    • Russian Federationdobropozhalovat (Welcome)
      It occupies much of E Europe (west of the Ural Mountains) and all of N Asia
      Estimated population of 143,420,000
      6,591,100 square miles
      Moscow is the capital and largest city
      Currency: Ruble
      Borders:
      Northwest:Norway and Finland
      West:Estonia, Latvia, Belarus, and Ukraine
      Southwest:Georgia and Azerbaijan southern
      Land border: Kazakhstan, Mongolia, and China
    • Matryoshka doll(Mat-ree-o-ska)
      A matryoshka doll, or babushka doll is a Russian nesting doll which is a set of wooden dolls of increasing size placed one inside the other.
      The first Russian nested doll set was carved in 1890 by VasilyZvyozdochkin 
      Traditionally the outer layer is a woman, dressed in a sarafan, a long and shapeless traditional Russian peasant jumper dress.
      The figures inside may be of either gender; the smallest, innermost doll is typically a baby lathed from a single piece of wood.
      Much of the artistry is in the painting of each doll, which can be very elaborate.
      The dolls often follow a theme, aside from the typical traditional peasant girls, the themes vary, from fairy tale characters to Soviet leaders.
    • Anna PavlovaJan 31, 1881 – Jan 23, 1931)
      A Russian ballerina of the late 19th and the early 20th century.
      She is widely regarded as one of the finest classical ballet dancers in history.
      She was most noted as a principal artist of the Imperial Russian Ballet.
       Pavlovais most recognised for the creation of the role The Dying Swan 
      With her own company, she would become the first ballerina to tour ballet around the world.
    • St Basil’s Cathedral
      A Russian Orthodox church erected on the Red Square in Moscow in 1555–1561.
      It was built on the order of Ivan IV of Russia (Ivan the terrible)
    • Trans Siberian Railwayhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trans-Siberian_Railway
      The Trans-Siberian Railway is a network of railways connecting Moscow with the Russian Far East and the Sea of Japan. It is the longest railway in the world.
      9,259 km (5753 miles)
      Spans 7 time zones
      Takes 8 days to complete the journey
      Crosses 5 rivers