From Russia with Love

November 29th, 2011
Written by Admin

I am a simple Russian girl with an also simple Russian name; Masha. Hope you heard it once ))) I dream to marry a foreigner from almost my early childhood but it has happened so that I have never met the right one. But I do want and that’s why I decided to write a letter to any foreigner, who will read it, to invite him to visit my country and meet the girls like me.

I thought what to write for a long time. And now I just want to tell you about my country and our traditions, just all what we like, hate, or bother us. First, Russia was the largest Republic in the former USSR. But now it has become an independent State. It is situated in the Eastern part of Europe and in the Northern part of Asia. Winters are cold, windy and snowy, especially in the northern part of the country. Summers are hot and dry, especially in the South region of the country, in such cities like Sochi, Anapa and others. Autumn usually brings rains and fog. The land of Russia varies from thick forests to dry deserts, from high peaked mountains to deep valleys. 

Russia has its borders on many countries: Norway and Finland in the north-west, Estonia, Latvia, Belarus and the Ukraine in the west, Georgia and Azerbaijan in the south-west, and Kazakhstan, Mongolia, China in the south.  The capital of Russia is Moscow and it is also one of the main political, scientific, industrial and cultural centres. It’s population is about 10 million people. Other big cities are St. Petersburg, Sverdlovsk, Samara, Omsk, Novosibirsk and many others.

Russia has a population of about 150 million people of over a hundred nationalities. Nearly one hundred languages are spoken in the country. The European part of the country is densily populated, and most of its population live in cities and towns and their outskirts. Russia has very long and rich history. That’s why we have many different customs and traditions. For example, there are many villages in Russia famous for their specific crafts: painted boxes in Palekh, wooden tableware in Khokhloma and toys in Dymkovo. Log houses, usually decorated with wood carving are typical for Russian villages. People in Russian villages performed traditional Khorovods (a kind of round dance) and chastushki (folk chanted rhymes) and rode in troikas (carriages drawn by teams of three horses abreast) and, of course, village residents still prefer to drink tea from samovars.

Traditional Russian Cooking includes porridges, pancakes, various aspics, cabbage, chicken and fish soup and kvass (a beverage made from fermented rye bread). Siberian cuisine has such dishes as stroganina (frozen fish) and pelmeni (meat-filled dumplings). Of course on such a land with a great history beautiful landscapes only beauties can be born. The ladies who are home oriented and want to have strong families and kids.

Welcome to our country — Russia – and try and see everything with your own eyes!

Take this step to be happy!

Masha – From Russia with Love

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