Russia

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by Dalerraxmatjonov
Last updated 5 years ago

Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
Geography
Grade:
9

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Russia

Stage 5: Negative Growth

Major Cities:

Population: 143,800,000

Economy

Tourist Attractions:

Major Industries: Oil ' Natural GasMajor Imports: Machinery and VehiclesMajor Exports: Oil and Petroleum productsMajor Trading Partners: Italy ' Netherlands

Red Square is home to some of the country’s most distinctive and important landmarks. During the 20th century, the square became famous as the site of large-scale military parades and other demonstrations designed to showcase Soviet strength.

St. Basil's was built to commemorate the capture of the Tatar stronghold of Kazan in 1552. The Cathedral is now a museum.

Folk Culture

Conflicts: The dispute between Russia and Ukraine over Crimean Peninsula continues. In February, Russia seized the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine without any resistance. Then, Crimea voted in favor of a referendum on joining Russia, which the West considered to be illegal and rigged in Russia's favor

The Folk Culture still exists in some parts of Moscow

Art

Ballet Nesting dolls

Clothing

Foods

Taboos: Same as Europeans, Ex: insects, dogs, etc.

Russia wasn't influenced by Pop culture by a lot. Back then, Russia experienced some of the developments which shaped modern Europe. Renaisance, for example,happened in the West and Russia was in a great distance from other centers of civilizations. Now, as a result of technology, pop culture has already started to dominate Russian folk culture. Ex: English movies, jeans, dominos, etc.

Perashki ' Borscht

Influence of Pop Culture

Clothing

Architecture

Russian- clustered all over the country Tatar - Southwest of Russia English - Western Russia

Russian ' Tatar(English-most spoken foreign language)

Fast Food Restaurants

Major Languages

3 Major Religions

ChristianityIslam Paganism

Christians - Western ' Eastern Russia Muslims - Southwest and South Central RussiaPagans - Siberia ' Far Eastern Russia

Sources:http://www.britannica.com/http://www.livescience.com/44154-russian-culturewww.bbc.co.uk/languageswww.russianfoods.com/enwww.encyclopedia.comGoogle images


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