How Important Is the Celebration of Tatiana Day?

In the church calendar in January, Tatiana Day is highlighted in red, because it is of great importance for believing Christians. The fame of Tatiana Day was influenced not by Christian rites, but by a rather young holiday – Student’s Day, which is usually celebrated in the countries of Ukraine, Russia and Belarus. What is […]

4 Things You Should Know About Angel Day

You have probably heard that there are more than three hundred holidays in Russia, although not all of them are regarded as off-days or public holiday. But, it is always interesting to see how in the country almost everything is respected with remembrance and its own special day. One of the holidays in Russia is […]

Ivan Kupala; A Russian Jolly Holiday That You Need to Know About 

While the mid-year solstice is all the more usually set apart with gatherings, firecrackers, and picnics in the present Russia, there is a lot of history behind the ceremonies that went before current festivals.   Antiquated clans that occupied this piece of the world celebrated with fire, water, melody, dance, and customs. It is called the […]

May Day Philosophy According to Russian View

The first of May is one of the most celebrated holidays in the world, which is known under several names at once such as International Worker’s Solidarity Day, Spring and Labor Day, etc. In more than 50 countries, it is officially declared as a day off. However, in one country, on this holiday, people gather […]

12 Surprising Facts of Irkutsk, Best Destination to Visit All Season

When you’re in Russia, it can never go wrong for you to explore all of the city there, including Irkutsk. People mostly visit St. Petersburg where there are a lot of recommended places in St. Petersburg for your lovely valentine’s day. There’s also Moscow, these two city might be the most famous place for tourist, […]

9 Best Things to Do and See in Irkutsk, Russia

Trying to find best things to do and see in Irkutsk, Russia is not that hard. Why? Simply because there are a lot of things to see and do here in this city. From nature, architecture, to religious sites, you can make your own choice of places to visit in Irkutsk easily. However, these 9 […]

4 Old Traditions in Russia That Still Applied by Millennials

Old traditions reflect an important piece of our culture. They help shape the structure and basis of both our families and our society. They remind us that we all are part of a history that forms our past, defines who we are today, and who we are likely to become. Once we shrug off the […]

4 Facts About National Unity Day in Russia

The Unity Day is celebrated in Russia every November 4th. It is also a general public holiday which means on that day every school, office, and business will be closed so that everyone can come together and celebrate this important day together. It is said that the holiday is relatively new because it has only […]

Amazing History About the Day of Accord And Reconciliation in Russia

Russia is one of the oldest countries in the world with a very long and rich history. They use old and new calendars to mark important dates throughout the year for their people to remember and commemorate. The old calendar, known as Julian calendar, was widely used in Russia until 1918 to be replaced by […]

What You Need to Know About Day Military Topographer in Russia

Every February 8th, Russian military celebrates what’s known as Day Military Topographer. It that confuses you, then no worries. Unless you’re someone who is familiar with the military world or someone who works in the military, the chance is that you probably haven’t heard about Day Military Topographer, or even a military topographer itself. Let’s […]