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However, it is possible for Russians to obtain visas in other countries of the agreement and enter both countries.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has called on Western countries to ban Russians from entering the country. → Continue reading


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    Russian(Russian dust),Russian people(Russian Knights;русскиеRuskiye) IsEast SlavsBelongs toPeople.Russianhave.Russian Federation(80 and more)·Ukraine(17.3%)BelarusOld, mainly (11.4%)Russian EmpireAnd oldSoviet UnionWidely resides in the constituent countries.


    It is one of the most populous ethnic groups in the world, with more than 1 million people calculated from the statistics of each country of residence.Approximately 3,000 million peopleRussian FederationWithin, 1600 million people live in neighboring countries of Russia.In addition, about 460 million people live in various countries around the world, many of them.The United States of AmericaAnd Western European countries.


    Eastern EuropeHad a unique religion, belief and lifestyle in the woodlands ofEast SlavsHas its origins in the culture of.At first, Russian ancestors lived in the territory in the immediate vicinity of the Slavs.Finno-UgricWas under strong cultural influence.AlsoScandinavianCome fromKiev RusIt is said that he was involved in the founding of the countryViking,VarangiansWe are also Russian(English editionPlayed an important role in the formation of.This Kyiv Rus accepted Christianity from the Byzantine Empire in 988, which led to Russian culture continuing to develop for the next 1000 years as a fusion of Slavic and Byzantine cultures.[32].

    1453Fall of ConstantinopleLater, Russia became the largest Orthodox nation in the world and called itself the "Third Rome" after the Byzantine Empire.On the other hand, it is strongly influenced by European culture, especiallyPeter the GreatAfter the great reform of Russia, Russian culture developed greatly against the background of Western culture. 20th centuryCommunismIdeologySoviet UnionAnd its largest and leading constituent countryRussia-Soviet Union Socialist RepublicShaped the culture of.

    Russian culture is extremely diverse.It also has a rich history and various aspects of art.[33]Boasts excellence and a long tradition.especiallyliterature[34],哲学,Music[35][36],ballet[37],building,A painting,movies,ア ニ メ ー シ ョ ン[38]It had a certain influence on the cultures of each country in the world.The foreign culture that became the basis of Russian culture is also large in western Slavs such as Poland, but above allCzech RepublicThe influence of Prussian Germany is extremely large, and the influence of the Prussian army is quite large, especially in the military field.

    Russian literatureAs a prominent writer inAlexander Pushkin,Lev Tolstoy,Fyodor Dostoevsky,ア ン ト ン · チ ェ ー ホ フ,Ivan Turgenev,Vladimir Mayakovsky,Boris Pasternak,Anna Akhmatova,Joseph Brodsky,Maxim Gorky,Vladimir Nabokov,Mikhail Sholokhov,Mikhail Bulgakov,Andrei Platonov,Alexandre Solgenitsyn,Varlam ShalamovAnd so on.

    Classical musicAlso in the field ofPyotr TchaikovskyOr the same ageRussian fivesome,In particularModesto Mussorgsky,Nikolai Rimsky-KorsakovProduced world-famous composers.Even in the 20th centuryDmitry Shostakovich,Sergey Prokofiev,Sergey Rachmaninoff,Igor Stravinsky,Georgy Sviridov,Alfred SchnittkeThe composer was active.


    Russian(Russian language) IsEurasiaSpoken in the largest area inSlavicIt is the language with the largest number of speakers.Russian isIndo-EuropeanBelongs toBelarusian,UkrainianWithEast Slavic languagesTo form.

    Confirmed after the 10th centuryOld East SlavicFrom the material of, in RussianEastern SlavicGrammar features andSlavic proto-languageMany of the vocabulary remains, but many of them are derived from other languages ​​in the fields of politics, science, and technology.Cold WarSoviet UnionSuperpowerRussia was a nation with great influence in politics in the 20th century, and Russian became the official language of the United Nations.

    In Russian,Palate officialconsonant Secondary articulationIncluding, so-calledSoft soundFortis and lenisThere is.Almost all consonants have palatalized and non-palatalized sounds, which is a major feature of Russian.again,Vowel reductionaccentWithoutvowelThe pronunciation of is also an important feature that is different from other languages ​​such as English.In Russian, every syllable of a word can be accented, which is one of the most difficult points for learners.


    Christianity in RussiaOrthodox church,Islam,Buddhism,JudaismVarious religions are worshiped, but among themOrthodox churchIs the most widely worshiped. According to a 2007 poll of Russians, 63% of respondents said they were Orthodox believers.[39], Almost all of the respondentsRussian Orthodox ChurchBelongs to.Russian Orthodox Church is RussianNational identityIt has played an important role in development.Outside Russia, the followers of the Russian Orthodox Church are the Russian Orthodox ChurchPatriarchate of MoscowChurches directly related to (eg in UkraineUkrainian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate)), Or a historically related church (American Orthodox Church,Russian Orthodox Church abroad) Often belong to.OrthodoxAncient rite("Old BelieversIs a derogatory term used by the mainstream Orthodox church and is not used by those in a neutral position. 17th centuryDedicationSome Russians belong to the denominations that refused to reform and were excommunicated by the mainstream Russian Orthodox Church.

    Russians without faith may also associate themselves with the Orthodox faith for cultural reasons.As a traditional Christian denomination in Russia,Molokan,Doukhobor,Castration(Skoptsy), () And other denominationsSpiritual ChristianityThere are various factions.DoukhoborAppeared around the 17th century and many believers emigrated to Canada at the end of the 19th century.MolokanAppeared around 1550,Theory of royal godDenied,IconRefused, and also rejected military service.

    There are also minority denominations.Baptist ChurchHas more than 8 Russians, and othersPentecostalism,Evangelical,Seventh-day Adventist Church,Lutheran,Jehovah's Witnessesand so on.

    Since the 2000s, slabsNeopaganism(Reconstruction Paganism in Slavic society) has gained a certain number of believers.There are also many websites on the traditions and ideological studies of the Old Church Slavonic religion.[40][41][42].


    RussianY chromosome haplogroupThe top 4 types of[43].


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    1. ^ Ethnic groups in Russia, 2002 census, Demoscope Weekly.Retrieved 14 August 2009
    2. ^ (2001 census) Archived August 2008, 3, at the Wayback Machine.
    3. ^ (2012) (Russian)
    4. ^ "Selected Social Characteristics in the United States: 2007”. US Census American Community Survey (2007). April 2009, 4Browse.
    5. ^ (1999)
    6. ^ BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | Russians left behind in Central Asia
    7. ^ [1]
    8. ^ [2] Although millions of immigrants arrived in Germany from Russia, only about 560,178 of them are Ethnic Russians, according to recent German government estimates.
    9. ^ (2006)
    10. ^ "National composition of the population". Kyrgyz Statistical Agency. Kyrgyz Statistical Agency (2009). April 2010, 3Browse.
    11. ^ 2004 Moldovan Census Archived August 2009, 11, at the Wayback Machine. and Transnistrian Census data.
    12. ^ [3]
    13. ^ Turkmen pledge on Russian rights, BBC News
    14. ^ (2006 estimates) "300,000 Russians in the UK," Londongrad "a prime location"
    15. ^ Camara de Comércio Brasil-Rússia
    16. ^ (2009) Census Archived August 2012, 9, at the Wayback Machine.
    17. ^ (2001)
    18. ^ CIA-The World Factbook
    19. ^ "Archived copy”. As of May 2008, 3original[Broken link]More archives.April 2011, 11Browse.
    20. ^ a b (2000)
    21. ^ (2002 census) Archived August 2007, 10, at the Wayback Machine.
    22. ^ Credits
    23. ^ (2005 census)
    24. ^ (Romanian) Informatii utile | Agentia Nationala pentru Intreprinderi Mici si Mijlocii Archived August 2007, 5, at the Wayback Machine.
    25. ^ (31.12.2010)
    26. ^ (2016)
    27. ^ (1999)[Broken link]
    28. ^ (2000 census)
    29. ^ (2002 census)
    30. ^ (2002 census)
    31. ^ [4]
    32. ^ excerpted from Glenn E. Curtis (ed.) (1998). “Russia: A Country Study: Kievan Rus' and Mongol PeriodsWashington, DC: Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress. As of September 2007, 9.original[Broken link]More archives.April 2007, 7Browse.
    33. ^ "Russia”. Encyclopedia Britannica. April 2008, 1Browse.
    34. ^ Microsoft Encarta Online Encyclopedia 2007.Russian Literature”. As of May 2009, 8original[Broken link]More archives.April 2011, 2Browse.
    35. ^ "Russia :: Music”. Encyclopædia Britannica. April 2011, 2Browse.
    36. ^ "A Tale of Two Operas”. Petersburg City. April 2011, 2Browse.
    37. ^ Garafola, L (1989). Diaghilev's Ballets RussesOxford University Press. P. 576. ISBN 0195057015 
    38. ^ "Russia :: Motion pictures”. Encyclopædia Britannica (2007). April 2007, 12Browse.
    39. ^ "About us" (Russian). April 2011, 4Browse.
    40. ^ "A web-site with information about current pagan activity in Russia." (Russian). April 2011, 4Browse.
    41. ^ "A site with a lot of information on Slavic Paganism." (Russian). April 2011, 4Browse.
    42. ^ "A Slavic spiritualism site calling for returning to the roots." (Russian). April 2011, 4Browse.
    43. ^ "Two sources of the Russian patrilineal heritage in their Eurasian context". American Journal of Human Genetics 82 (1): 236–50. January 2008. doi: 10.1016 / j.ajhg.2007.09.019. PMC 2253976. PMID 18179905.


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