From our point of view, Russia is not an ordinary country. It is a country full of unusual and extraordinary people, habits, and traditions. You can experience a wide variety of exciting situations here. If you are interested as such a (un)traditional day in Russia looks, we recommend you our article: Meanwhile in An Unknown Place in Russia.
медведь is the Russian word meaning bear.
Today, the bear is a symbol of Russian nationalism. In fact, after the fall of the Soviet Union, the new Russian parliament nearly adopted the bear for its coat-of-arms instead of the Tsarist double-headed eagle. Internationally, the bear is used in political cartoons and caricatures to represent Russia. The bear’s symbolic origins are rooted in Russian environmental literature.Brennan Scott Clark (arcgis)
The evidence of the importance of a bear in Russian culture is that the most traditional Russian fairy tale is Masha And The Bear (Маша и Медведь).
Russia’s citizens are experiencing different exciting situations with a bear. Look at the most interesting of them.
#1 It is one photo from our photo session from an improvised living room.
#2 Guys, don’t take a picture of me when I am drinking. You’ll post it online again, and I’ll have a problem at home.
#3 If you want the window down, it will be down. Our customer is our boss.
#4 I will catch you!
#5 Do you like cookies? “Clearly!”
#6 I love strawberries!
#7 On a walk!
#8 We drive around the city.
#9 Ice-skating with a buddy.
#10 How is it to live with a bear.
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