Russian Flag Meaning: It is said by some people that the design of the Russian flag is based on the flag of the Netherlands. The Russian flag has also inspired the flags of many Slavic nations of Europe, and the colors are often referred to as the pan-Slavic colors. They have come to represent Slavic independence and unity. There is no official meaning of to the Russian flag but some Russians believe the following: In Russia the white symbolizes generosity and frankness; blue stands for loyalty, honesty and wisdom; red means courage, magnanimity and love. Many people also believe red represents Russian people, blue represents the Ukrainians, and white represents the Belo Russians.
Coat of arms to know more go to - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coat_of_arms_of_Russia http://flagspot.net/flags/ru).html
The White House, the seat of the Russian Government
Entrance to the Kremlin - Senate, part of the Moscow Kremlin and the working residence of the Russian president
Russia is officially know both as Russian and the russian Federation. It is a country in northern Eurasia (Europe and Asia together). It is a semi-presidential republic, comprising 83 federal subjects. Russia shares land borders with the following countries (from northwest to southeast): Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. It also has maritime borders with Japan, the Republic of Korea, Sweden, Turkey, and the United States.
Russia is by far the largest cocuntry in the world covering more then an 8th of the Earth's land area with 142 million people, it is the 9th largest by population. It extends across the whole of northern Asia and 40% of Europe s panning 11 time zones, and incorporating a wide range of environments and landforms. Russia has the world's largest reserves of mineral and energy resources, and is considered an energy superpower. It has the wrold's largest forest reserves and its lakes contain approximately one-quarter of the world's unfrozen fresh water. The country contain 23 World Heritage sites ansd 40 UNESCO Biosphere reserves.
Russian pine and fur tree forests can be seen everywhere throughout the vast territories.
Religion Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Judaism are Russia's traditional religions Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, reconstructed from 1990-2000
Russia has a free education system guaranteed to all citizens by the Constitution У 551 and has a literacy rate of 99.4%. Entry to higher education is highly competitive. The Russian Constitution grants a universal right to higher education free of charge through competitive entry. The Government allocates funding to pay the tuition fees within an established quota, or number of students for each state institution. This is considered crucial because it provides access to higher education to all skilled students. In addition, students are paid a small stipend and provided with free housing. Education Moscow State University
Health care State Minister of Health is visiting a local hospital She is donating blood to sick people
Uliana Lopat kina Diana Vish neva Maya Plisetzkaya the Financial Times: "She was, and still is, a star, bal let's monstre sacre, the final statement about theatrical glamour, a flaring, flamin g beacon in a world of dimly twinkling talents, a beauty in the world of prettiness."
Ekaterina Maksimova and Vladimir Vasilyev the starry duet the Bolshoy Theatre soloists
My school - two waltzes at the graduation party concert
Literature Leo Tolstoy Anton Chekhov Fedor Dostoevsky Aleksander Pushkin