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According to shoppingpicks, in the month of January, Russia experiences cold and dry weather. The average temperature is around -10°C and there is very little precipitation throughout the month. February brings a slight increase in temperatures to around -5°C but rainfall continues to be minimal. March sees a further increase in temperatures to around 0°C and snow showers become more frequent throughout most parts of the country. April brings even warmer weather with average temperatures ranging from 5-7°C, although some scattered snowstorms may still occur in some areas. May is the warmest month in Russia with average temperatures ranging from 14-16°C and light rain showers becoming more frequent throughout much of the country. June brings a slight decrease in temperature with average temperatures ranging from 10-12°C but wet weather remains predominant throughout much of Russia. Russia has a continental climate. In winter it is cold and dry. Temperatures of -20°C are quite normal in the European part. It is really cold in Asian Russia. In the northeast, Siberia, the thermometer regularly shows -40°C, but -60 is also possible. There is snow in many places from late November to April. Especially in the area around Moscow there is a lot of winter sports. Spring is short in Russia. Summer starts in June and ends in August. The further south, the warmer. In the area around the Black Sea it can be 30°C and more in summer. Most precipitation falls in June and July. It will only get drier to the east. Check aristmarketing for Russia in 1997.

Russia Geography and Population

Russia (Geography) Russia extends over 11 time zones from the Baltic Sea to Cape Dzhnyov by the Bering Strait, approximately 9000 km; from north to south there are up to 4000 km. 12 seas with a total of 38,000 km of coastline and 14 countries bordering Russia; many borders with the former Soviet republics have… Read More »

Sights of Russia

Russia is a spacious country that is partly in Europe and partly in Asia. The country also has several time zones. Russia is now an independent country ruled by a head of state. But until 1918 it was the tsars and tsarinas who were in charge. The long history of Russia has different periods in… Read More »

Russia Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data Economic entities in Russia, especially large state-owned enterprises, prefer stability over dynamism, and the development of GDP corresponds to this. It is growing more slowly than Russia would need (ideally 3-3.5% pa), rather its growth is in the range of… Read More »

Russia Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

Emergency Phones in Russia Prior to 2002, emergency telephone numbers were as follows: in case of fire – 01 police – 02 ambulance – 03 Gorgaz emergency service – 04 In 2008, Russian “emergency call” services are planning to switch to a single telephone number. To call the police, fire brigade, ambulance and gas service,… Read More »

Yaroslavl, Yaroslavl Region (Russia)

According to Beautyphoon, Yaroslavl is one of the pearls of the Golden Ring. The city is located on the banks of the Volga River, 282 km northeast of Moscow. It is believed that Yaroslavl was founded in 1010 by the Kiev prince Yaroslav the Wise as a fortress to protect the Rostov land from the… Read More »

How to Get Around Russia

Transportation Traveling by plane According to top-medical-schools, airplanes are the most important means of transport in domestic traffic. The hub of the national flight network are the Moscow airports. There are a variety of airlines, such as UTAir (UT), Smartavia (5N), Ural Airlines (U6) and Aeroflot (SU), that offer flights to cities across the country.… Read More »

Russia in the 21st Century

In the first decade of the 21st century, post-Soviet Russia consolidated its political, economic and social characteristics under the leadership of Vladimir Putin. The figure of Putin, president of the Russian Federation from 2000 to 2008, then prime minister and again president since 2012, has dominated the political scene and has left a fundamental imprint… Read More »

Abkhazia State Facts

  CAPITAL Sukhum STATE STRUCTURE Presidential republic INTERNAL DIVISION The territory of Abkhazia is divided into 7 districts SQUARE 8665 km² CLIMATE Subtropical OFFICIAL LANGUAGE Abkhaz, Russian CURRENCY Russian ruble POPULATION 242 thousand NATIONAL COMPOSITION Abkhazians (124.5 thousand), Armenians (42-67 thousand), Russians (22 thousand), Georgians (46.7 thousand) RELIGION Secular state TIMEZONE UTC +3 / MSK… Read More »

Russia State Facts

  CAPITAL Moscow STATE STRUCTURE parliamentary-presidential republic INTERNAL DIVISION Federation, the territory is subdivided into 85 subjects SQUARE 17,125,191 km² CLIMATE From polar to subtropical OFFICIAL LANGUAGE Russian CURRENCY Russian ruble POPULATION OK. 147 million NATIONAL COMPOSITION Russians (80.90%), Tatars (3.87%), Ukrainians (1.41%), Bashkirs (1.15%), etc. RELIGION Secular state TIMEZONE UTC+2 – UTC+12 / MSK-1… Read More »

History of Russia and Moscow

Russia is the common name [2] of a country in Europe and Asia, which until 1991 was part of the Soviet Union (USSR). [3] Its official name is the Russian Federation. [4] The territory it occupies is the largest in the world. It has a surface area of 17,075,400 square kilometers, with a wide diversity of climatic zones and geographic regions. Moscow is the capital city… Read More »

Russian Theater in 20th Century

In the first quarter of the 20th century, Stanislawski’s acting pedagogical method not only formed the basis for the training of young actors at the experimental studios of the MCHT (first studio in 1913, second studio in 1916, third studio in 1920, fourth studio in 1921), but also stimulated theater makers like W Meyerhold, N.… Read More »

Saint Petersburg, Russia

Russia lies in both Eastern Europe as well as in Asia. The Russian Federation is the largest country in the world in terms of area. The country stretches from Moscow to the west Uraland the vast Siberian steppe to the eastern Bering Sea and the Sea of ​​Okhotsk. In Russia, the geographical border stretches between… Read More »

Moscow Overview

Moscow is the capital of Russia. It has about 11.5 million residents. The city is located in the European part of Russia on both sides of the Moscow River. The core of the city is the Kremlin, an old fortification. The city’s well-known sacred buildings are also located here. The Red Square borders the Kremlin… Read More »

Russia Travel Advice

General travel information for Russia Continent: Europe, Asia Geographic location: From Eastern Europe, North Asia to the Pacific coast Highest elevation: Elbrus in the Caucasus (5642 m above sea level) Longest river: Lena (4294 km) Form of government: Federal Republic System of Government: Semi-presidential system Languages: Russian Neighboring countries: Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Belarus, Ukraine,… Read More »