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Russia’s enduring love affair with the circus goes back almost 1,000 years
The Arctic development budget topped 2.3 billion rubles ($39 million) in the 2014 Year of the Arctic, the Yakutian State Assembly (Il Tumen) press service reports
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Sometimes there are things clowns can teach us about humanity
Russian blogers react to the ‘Mordor’ installation in Moscow City
From portraits to fridge magnets to video games, Putin’s image has become a commercial venture
Disney plans to open stores of its flagship brand in Russia while exploring the possibility of smaller branded outlets negotiated through a local subsidiary
RBTH correspondent Ilaria Parogni visits the first-ever Russian banya in London and shares her impressions and thoughts on one of Russia's favourite activities
Gorky Park, Moscow’s main attraction for residents and tourists alike, marked its 85th anniversary last Saturday
Muscovites had a chance to witness a unique pyrotechnic performance in Kuzminki Park.
Open-air festivals are booming in Russia, with superstars visiting not only Moscow, but more remote corners of the country too
The extravagant ball for select guests of the St Petersburg Economic Forum will feature an environmental theme
Russian film company Amedia gets exclusive rights to HBO TV series. Russians will be paying a fifth of what Americans pay for Game of Thrones, Newsroom and True Blood
Amedia, a Russian film company has signed a five-year output deal with HBO, giving it exclusive rights to some of the most popular HBO series: Game of Thrones, Newsroom, Girls, True Blood and Boardwalk Empire
Summer camps sprang into existence in Russia during the Soviet times. Today they combine recreational activities, army-like discipline and practical jokes for school-aged children – a tradition that goes back several decades
Officials claim concerts put on by international stars in Russia violate immigration and labor laws