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Typically Goncharov

content discovered on Saturday, July 15, 2017

Originally posted on A Russian Affair: Goncharov (1812-1891) is perhaps not the most famous nineteenth century Russian writer, but he is most certainly one of the great Realists. He didnt write much; some stories, a travel journal and three novels. One of those novels made him world famous, and according to some people it is read more »

Woke up this Morning asking – Who’s Eating Amer...

content discovered on Monday, May 29, 2017

Contemplating Whats Happening in the World Today I woke up this morning contemplating whats happening in the world today. I was dreaming of the future but was rudely awakened by the barking of a dog on a cool Monday morning. As I stirred in my comfortable bed others awoke to a much different sight one More Woke up this Morning asking Whos Eating AmericasLunch? read more »

New Species of Extinct Sea-Dwelling Reptile fou...

content discovered on Friday, May 26, 2017

New Species of Extinct Sea-Dwelling Reptile found in Russia A new species of a fossil pliosaur (large predatory marine reptile from the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods) has been found in Russia and will profoundly change how we understand the evolution of the group, says an international team of scientists. Similar in appearance to a river More New Species of Extinct Sea-Dwelling Reptile found inRussia read more »

Stalin’s Cult of Personality: Its Origins and P...

content discovered on Saturday, May 13, 2017

Originally posted on The York Historian: Nikita Khrushchev’s ‘Secret Speech’ given at the Twentieth Party Congress in February 1956 denounced Josef Stalin for “[perverting] Party principles” by creating a “cult of the person of Stalin”. Though the term ‘cult of personality’ was coined in the 19th century, it was popularised in its use as a read more »

Russia’s Top 10 Most Beautiful Cities

content discovered on Sunday, May 07, 2017

10. Krasnoyarsk Voted Russias Most Livable City We will start with Krasnoyarsk as being one of the most beautiful cities in Russia. It been voted as one of the most comfortable cities to live in throughout the Russian Federation. It is from this city that one can reach one of the many wonders of Russia, Stolby More Russias Top 10 Most BeautifulCities read more »

The Least Traveled Path “Lake of Artist” An Art...

content discovered on Sunday, April 23, 2017

Lake of Artists. Ergaki, Russia Ergaki is a incredibly beautiful natural park and ski resort located in the central part of the Western Sayan mountain range, its midway between the capital of Khakassia – Abakan and the capital city of Tuva – Kyzyl, Russia. It has become a popular destination resort among mountain hikers and More The Least Traveled Path Lake of Artist An Artist Dream ComeTrue read more »

Returning Russia’s Modern Arctic Into a Norther...

content discovered on Thursday, March 16, 2017

The Mammoth Steppe was Similar to the African Savannah During the Last Glacial Maximum, the mammoth steppe was the Earth’s most extensive biome.  The mammoth steppe was similar to todays African Savannah. Unfortunately there is no existing comparison to it today. It spanned from Spain eastwards across Eurasia to Canada and from the arctic islands southwards More Returning Russias Modern Arctic Into a NorthernSerengeti. read more »

Slavery – The Black and White Difference betwee...

content discovered on Sunday, March 12, 2017

The Expansion East While United States was expanded west, Russia was expanding east creating a vast empire. At the height of Russian Federations expansion it covered one sixth of Earths land surface which is comparable to the total landmass of North America. Today Russia is one eighth of the worlds total landmass. As it is, its twice More Slavery The Black and White Difference between East andWest read more »

A Little Russian

content discovered on Thursday, February 16, 2017

Originally posted on Dispatches from the Asylum: “Truly there would be a reason to go mad were it not for music,” P. I. Tchaikovsky It was from the Austrian-born composer that some may have heard of, W.A. Mozart, whom we owe a debt of gratitude for Tchaikovskys dedication to his art.  At 14 years read more »

Une journée ordinaire dans une province Sibérienne

content discovered on Wednesday, February 01, 2017

Originally posted on Dans mes valenkis: Depuis Tchita, capitale de la région de Transbaïkalie, je me suis rendue dans la ville de Mogoïtouï où est née mon amie Nadia et où son mariage avait lieu le 22 Juillet 2016. On m’avait prévenue que la campagne russe campagne russe n’avait pas grand-chose en commun  avec la read more »

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