Culture and History »

[2 Dec 2009]

When traveling with your Russian bride, take her to visit the Nizhny Novgorod region. [More]

Random Stuff »

[2 Dec 2009]

Any resident or visitor to Russia’s capital will tell you that Moscow has a parking problem. With the cost of building garages prohibitive, city leaders have thought about going down under for parking. [More]

Russian Bride of the Day »

[1 Dec 2009]

The lovely Ukrainian beauty shares: "I am a very sociable and extremely sympathetic girl. I am well-balanced, sensitive, patient, purposeful, smart, charming and open-hearted..." [More]

Random Stuff »

[25 Nov 2009]

Russia became the first nation to use the Cyrillic alphabet (Russian alphabet) for a national domain name. [More]

Questions »

[24 Nov 2009]

When sending an email, you may be met with the error message “Invalid Characters in Email”. This can have a couple of different causes, depending on the situation. Here are some tips that can help you avoid this issue and make sure your email... [More]

Random Stuff »

[24 Nov 2009]

Could Hollywood’s hottest actress and activist soon be filming a movie in Russia? [More]

Sports and Politics »

[24 Nov 2009]

Sexy Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova has been named Russia’s richest sports celebrity for 2009 and the only woman in the top ten according to Finans magazine [More]

Culture and History »

[24 Nov 2009]

The birthday of Ded Moroz is officially celebrated in Russia on November 18. For the younger ones, it is a good and fun holiday which helps them to fulfill any wish. For adults it is a memory of childhood and happy moments that we will be never forgotten. [More]

Sports and Politics »

[20 Nov 2009]

The Russian Continental Hockey League (KHL) has announced that the Swedish club AIK Stockholm will join the league for the 2010/2011 season. [More]

Random Stuff »

[20 Nov 2009]

This week Russia will still have beautiful women but wine will be the drink of choice as many people are celebrating Beaujolais Nouveau Day. [More]

Culture and History »

[17 Nov 2009]

Recently, Russian Cosmonaut Maksim Suraev stationed aboard the International Space Station took time to blog about some of the religious symbols aboard the ISS. [More]