for a Russian fairy tale !
Russia is the land of myths and
legends, a country with two capitals –
Moscow and St. Petersburg. Each
of the capitals is a separate and
independent world, but still a part of
the one, big Russian heart!
Russian don’t smile a lot, but when they smile, they do it sincerely and truly.
Russians are very hospitable. There is a special Russian habit: staying far into the night in the kitchen and talking “about life” as they call it.
Russians like to celebrate, they use each opportunity to invent a new reason to celebrate and to entertain their colleagues, be it a birthday, a wedding or an upward move in career. Holidays always come along with a jolly feast.
Many Russians prefer to spend their vacations or free time in their summer country houses, which are called “dacha”. They cook shashlyki (barbeque) at dacha.
Russians like sitting in Sauna and dipping into
Not all citizens are fluent in English, but they will try to help you in most cases.
Russians are generous.
Russians are used to difficulties, they are patient.
Russians often lay their business aside, and then they keep their fingers crossed.
The country is multinational, so they respect other ethnicities and religions.
Russians like fishing, hunting, picking mushrooms and berries, loading them in stores for the winter.
Russians think that “You cannot understand Russia with your mind”.
Skazka is the Russian word for a “fairy tale”.
Fairy tales are an integral part of the Russian culture, something that one's childhood starts from, something that excites your imagination and where you want to get even as an adult.read more