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Russia Beyond the Headlines

No sex please! Meet the people crusading against the ‘filthy deed’

They call themselves anti-sexuals and have no interest in the birds and bees. Read Full Article at https://www.rbth.com

Goritsky Monastery: Baroque masterpiece in Pereslavl-Zalessky

The picturesque complex had an outsized role in Russian history. Read Full Article at https://www.rbth.com
5 facts about the war that turned Russia into a great power

5 facts about the war that turned Russia into a great power

The Great Northern War with Sweden turned little-known Muscovy into a global superpower - the Russian Empire. It was during this conflict that Russia won its first naval victory and the Russian Guard

How foreigners change Russian cuisine: Georgia’s Mamiya Jojua cooks okroshka

Okroshka soup is a summertime favorite because you use all the fresh veggies grown at your dacha, as well as sour cream or kvass! That last bit freaks out some foreigners. One Georgian chef, however,
Bolgar, Russia’s mysterious Muslim city you’ve probably never heard of

Bolgar, Russia’s mysterious Muslim city you’ve probably never heard of

You’ve heard about Bulgaria, but not its ancient, lesser-known, more mysterious namesake. Read Full Article at https://www.rbth.com
The 10 most breathtaking universities in Russia

The 10 most breathtaking universities in Russia

Having a beautiful campus shouldn’t be the only criteria for choosing your university, but it certainly helps. Here’s a countdown to the most beautiful places to study. Read Full Article at
This is how the USSR sold cars to the West

This is how the USSR sold cars to the West

The Soviet Union exported hundreds of thousands of its cars to the westwards each year, with the likes of the Lada making a big splash over the Iron Curtain. Read Full Article at https://www.rbth.com

A Soviet-U.S. love story Hollywood script writers would die for

It’s a tale of broken hearts, deportation, prison camps, and vendettas – all played out at the end of WWII and beyond. Luckily, there’s a happy ending. Read Full Article at https://www.rbth.com

Rude, unruly and wild: Young mothers terrorize Russian society

It’s a growing trend, and there's a hashtag for it. Read Full Article at https://www.rbth.com
The Russian Collusion: How did a Tsarist military officer become a general in the U.S. Army?

The Russian Collusion: How did a Tsarist military officer become a general in the U.S. Army?

A hero of the American Civil War, Ivan Turchaninov (John Basil Turchin) left Imperial Russia seeking freedom. In the U.S., he befriended Abraham Lincoln and was the only Russian to rise to the rank of
Why did the Soviet Union test nukes underground?

Why did the Soviet Union test nukes underground?

Some of these huge explosions shifted tectonic plates and triggered earthquakes. Read Full Article at https://www.rbth.com
Russia 2077 - the country’s future ‘from a parallel reality’ (PICTURES)

Russia 2077 - the country’s future ‘from a parallel reality’ (PICTURES)

These futuristic images are inspired by the Cyberpunk 2077 video game, but not related to its content. Read Full Article at https://www.rbth.com

10 Russian sci-fi covers that need to be burned before reading!

These fantasy and sci-fi book covers are so bad they’re actually good. Read Full Article at https://www.rbth.com

17 memes that will make you rethink Slavic food

Give meat jelly, pickled herring, and sausages of unknown origin a chance, you might end up loving them. Read Full Article at https://www.rbth.com

These fascinating Russian TV characters will have you glued to the TV in 2018

Billionaires, assassins, spies, and even (supposed) descendants of Russia’s royal family - choose your favorite. Read Full Article at https://www.rbth.com
Plastic is killing the world's oceans, Russian scientists say

Plastic is killing the world's oceans, Russian scientists say

Almost 80 percent of man-made plastic ends up in the oceans, and most has carbon and silicon nanoparticles that are toxic to marine life. Read Full Article at https://www.rbth.com

Quiz: Are you really prepared to visit Russia?

There are so many stereotypes on how to behave in Russia and communicate with “crazy Russians”. Let's find out which of them are true and which are mere exaggerations. Read Full Article at
What to do in Kolomenskoye, one of Moscow's oldest parks

What to do in Kolomenskoye, one of Moscow's oldest parks

If the crowds, summer heat and noise of the Russian capital become unbearable, find relief by wandering around the city's parks. Russia Beyond takes you to one place of timeless beauty that reflects
Why do some Russians hate Dostoevsky?

Why do some Russians hate Dostoevsky?

Not all of us hate him, of course, but Dostoevsky’s work remains controversial in his homeland. Here’s why. Read Full Article at https://www.rbth.com