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About

Formally the country identified as Russian Federation but usually also denoted as Russia, it is the largest and the most powerful country in the sphere.

It holds the European lengthiest waterway named as Volga, the prevalent Lake identified as Ladoga. Mount El’brus is the tallest peak and Lake Baikal is assessed to grasp one fifth of the world's fresh water.

The frugality is grounded on gigantic supply of natural resources, including oil, coal, iron ore, gold, and aluminium.

Capital: Moscow

Major cities: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Kazan, Chelyabinsk, Omsk.

Moscow and St. Petersburg are the most charming cities in the domain, all the social and commercial centres of Russia are in these two cities.

Population: 145,934,462 people

Maximum Russian population is resolute in the European portion of the country, especially in the bountiful region adjacent to Moscow.

Russian people are family-oriented. Because of this, they are warm, loving, good-humoured and welcoming nature.

Currency: Ruble coded as RUB ()

Language: Russian, English

In many universities the professional courses are in fully English medium to attract more foreign students.

Airports:

There are total 227 airports in Russia, almost every city has airport facility.

Moscow and Saint Petersburg airports are the busiest and largest in the country.

Geographic Location

Russia is the largest country which inhabits one-tenth of all the land on Earth.

The country shares borders with Norway, Finland, Latvia, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China, and North Korea.

Most of Eastern Europe and north Asia, stretching from the Baltic Sea in the west to the Pacific Ocean in the east, and from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Black Sea and the Caucasus in the south is occupied by the Russia.

Known for

The Altai Mountains are a multifaceted structure of high mountains in the Siberian ridges that were unglued by deep river valleys and wide-ranging canyons.

The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts has one of the most extensive collections of Russian and foreign art from ancient to modern times.

Lake Baikal is the biggest, deepest and most diverse freshwater lake on Earth.

The Russian Orthodox Church held an incredible amount of power and prestige during the Czarist Era, and the impressive cathedrals in many Russian cities.

The Moscow Metro (also known as the People’s Palace) is one of the biggest Metro in the world which allows to travel quickly & easily.

The winters of Russia is like snowy world and fairy-tale and people celebrate the winter festival for long period of time.