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Victory Day: Our Warm Words
Today Russia marks the 67th anniversary of the capitulation of Nazi Germany to the Soviet Union in the Second World War in 1945 - the Victory Day. So many words of gratitude for Russian soldiers were said previously, and even more must be said in the future. We decided to make our contribution to this day, collected the best pictures and translated signs about war and victory, grief and memory. So the unique photo collection is now available for you in English. We remember. We are proud.
Old Soviet New Year's Postcards
The story of the Soviet New Year's postcards is a story of millions of Russian people, the breath of discrepant, but still great epoch. In this article we will show you a very colourful gallery of the most remarkable examples of the Soviet New Year's cards. Enjoy!


Over Half of Russians Miss Soviet Union
More than half of Russians regret the breakup of the Soviet Union and believe that it could have been avoided, a recent poll by an independent pollster revealed on Tuesday.
Photo Exhibition of Eleazar Langman to Demonstrate Life of the 1930s
On July 18 the Multimedia Art Museum will open the photo exhibition Concentration of a Still, or Known and Unknown Langman.
Legendary American Pianist Van Cliburn Dies
The famous American classical pianist Van Cliburn, who won the first Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in Moscow in 1958, during the height of the Cold War, died from bone cancer at the age of 78 on Wednesday.
First Soviet Satellite Falls in Antarctica
After more that four decades in orbit, Meteor 1-1, the Soviet Union's first fully operational weather satellite, fell in Antarctica on Tuesday, March 27.
New Tourist Route Appeared in Vyborg
New tourist route, dedicated to Soviet history, has appeared in Vyborg. The tour allow visitors to find out how the town looked in the past.
Legendary Soviet Secret Agent Dies
A great Soviet secret service man, Hero of the Soviet Union and Stalin's saviour, Gevork Vartanian, died in Moscow at age 88
Stalin's Daughter Dies in the USA
Joseph Stalin's daughter, Svetlana Alliluyeva has died in the USA. She was 85.
New Observatories for Russian Astronomers
Russian astronomers will bring back to life projects, suspended during Soviet times.

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