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[31 Aug 2009]

I have been rather unsuccessful trying to find real love on my own, so I decided to use this opportunity of new technology to build a wider potential for love in my life, then hopefully, find “ mine” to build a relationship. [More]

Russian Bride of the Day »

[28 Aug 2009]

I want to find the one who will be my most special man and who will complete me. I am searching for someone who will be my second half, my sense of living, my inspiration, and my passion. [More]

Featured Couples »

[26 Aug 2009]

Ralph: I did travel to the city of Dnipropetrovs'k in June. I had a wonderful time there and am glad to say that I found the woman of my dreams in Olya. Although I went to meet another lady it did not work out between the two of us. Your agency there was kind enough to tell me that there was another lady that would like to meet with me. Olya and I hit it off from the first date to the last day that I was there. Tonya the translator was wonderful in helping Olya and I talk and still helps us when we need it. I am happy to say that Olya and I are now planning to get her K1 visa and have talked about marriage. Thank you for the wonderful trip and I hope that when I visit again soon that I will be able to bring Olya home with me, as this is our plan now. Again thank you.  

Russian Bride of the Day »

[26 Aug 2009]

24 year old Ekaterin597 is a manager at a furniture shop in Nikolaev. She is not decided on having children yet, but she is looking for a man that is "tall, respectable, honest, with good sense of humor." [More]

Featured Couples »

[25 Aug 2009]

Both Tatyana and Jim had been on [HotRussianBrides.com] for a relatively long time. Deep down they were disappointed and lost hope. I think this was partly why they lacked enthusiasm and were cautious with each other in the beginning of their communication. Tatyana had been married before and she has a two year old son. She was disappointed in men. Jim is a mature, wise man, 30 years older than Tatyana. He could hardly believe that such a charming young lady was sincerely interested in him. With time their feelings became stronger. They were talking to each other more and more often and learned to trust each other. They decided not to make any promises, but meet and see how things work out. After the meeting everything became clear. The couple knew that they did not want to part with each other ever again. The meticulous task of preparing the necessary documents for Tatyana to leave Ukraine is almost completed now. She is leaving Ukraine at the end of August and the happy couple plans to get married.  

Russian Bride of the Day »

[25 Aug 2009]

"I am looking for a man who is kind, interesting and intelligent. Who prefers to lead an active style of life and loves adventures and have a good rest. Who is sociable and have his own style of behavior. Who knows the price of the words and knows how to treat his lady." [More]

Culture and History »

[24 Aug 2009]

Every year on August 24th, Ukraine celebrates its Independence Day! This year marks the 18th anniversary of Ukraine’s independence.   The history of Ukraine originated with the creation of the state of Kiev in the 9th century. After the decline of this state’s formation and disintegration into small princedoms in the 17th century, the Cossack-Hetman state was created which existed until the end of the 18th century and from then, up until the 20th century, the independent Ukrainian state did not exist.   In August, 24th, 1991, the Supreme Rada of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic proclaimed Ukraine an independent, democratic state and presented “The Certificate of Declaration of independence of Ukraine” for approval by the Ukrainian referendum on December, 1st, 1991.   On Sunday, August 23rd, on the Day of the National Flag of Ukraine, with the assistance of President of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko, the solemn ceremony of raising the National Flag of Ukraine took place on the Constitution square. Then, the head of the state, officials, representatives of the public of Kiev and regions put wreaths on the monuments of the poet Taras Shevchenko, the first president of Ukraine Michael Grushevsky, Duke Vladimir and hetman Bogdan Khmelnitskiy.   On Monday, August 24th, at 9 o'clock in the morning in the Sofia cathedral and in other churches, temples of the capital will hold services and worships all morning. Heads of the state, representatives of the capital power and the citizens will pray for Ukraine and its people.   At ten o'clock in the morning on Kreschatik Street, the traditional army parade will take place. The march includes divisions of all combat arms; also, tanks and self-propelled guns will be presented in a stationary exposition - from the European square to Institute Street.   Participation in military parade and in other actions will accept 17 best military musical collectives from different regions of Ukraine.   After the parade, the President of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko will address to the Ukrainian people with a speech. In the evening, on the city central square there will be a celebratory concert with participation of creative collectives and stars of the Ukrainian Variety. And, certainly, the holiday will end with an artillery salute. This is unbelievable beautiful scene and you definitely need to see this!   In preparation for this holiday, national flags have been updated on buildings in capital. A pedestrian zone on the central city street have been decorated with flowers, established missing urns and benches and repaired lighting devices. On a Maidan of Nezalezhnosti, the city authorities have prepared for citizens and visitors to Kiev a surprise – a working clock created from almost 50 thousand natural flowers. And the dial of this masterpiece reaches 19 meters! Hours will start to show an exact time since August, 23rd.   Over the Central part of Kiev, 35 units of aviation technics flew, in particular 8 helicopters, three civil planes An-225 , An-124 "Ruslan", An-148, and also planes of destroyer, assault, bombardier, prospecting, military-transport and sea aircraft aviation.   The same parades can be seen in every big city of Ukraine on this day! All the people celebrate and appreciate the freedom of their native country.   National holidays, like Independence Day of Ukraine, bring people closer, allowing them to feel a sense of participation and unity with the great Ukrainian nation. On August 24th it is better to discard routine, soar over trivial problems and celebrate this day together with your compatriots!         

Culture and History »

[24 Aug 2009]

Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko has congratulated Ukrainians on the Day of Independence of Ukraine. The premier noted that Ukraine is currently living through hardships, as the international financial turmoil hasn't bypassed the country. However, the premier believes this to be temporary. [More]

Russian Bride of the Day »

[24 Aug 2009]

Today's LotD is a cosmetologist from Nikolaev who is looking for a travel companion: "most of all in my life I love to travel... but it is very boring and I feel lonely when I travel alone... [More]

Culture and History »

[21 Aug 2009]

On Monday, August 24th, 2009, Ukraine will be celebrating the 17th anniversary of their independence with parades, races, art exhibitions, fairs and concerts. Even if you are not able to travel to Ukraine to take part in the celebrations, here’s how you can share in the excitement and pride your special Ukrainian lady will be feeling on this inspirational day.

Try your hand at a traditional Ukrainian dish. Borscht, dumplings, roast meat, cabbage rolls…there are many delicious and easy to prepare Ukrainian recipes waiting to delight your palate. If you have family or friends who would like to join the celebration, why not have a picnic to celebrate and enjoy traditional Ukrainian fare together? [More]

Sports and Politics »

[21 Aug 2009]

Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko has been ranked at No. 47 in the rating of the world's 100 most powerful women according to the Forbes magazine. [More]