Moscow, Russia

Moscow (Russia).

Moscow (Russia).

State Dept Store ☝️ Hey everyone, if you like the BBC series "Sherlock" click the link in my bio because today I was actually featured on @huffpostuk 💚 and the blog post is actually about Sherlock and why we like him 🤔 #221BringIt #SherlockReacts 💪  P.S. There are a couple of swear words. I'm so sorry 🙏 RU: если понимаете английский язык - кликните на ссылку, там моя статья про #Шерлок ☝️😀 если нет, все равно кликните, потому что это супер классно, что мой материал напечатали в этом…

State Dept Store ☝️ Hey everyone, if you like the BBC series "Sherlock" click the link in my bio because today I was actually featured on @huffpostuk 💚 and the blog post is actually about Sherlock and why we like him 🤔 #221BringIt #SherlockReacts 💪 P.S. There are a couple of swear words. I'm so sorry 🙏 RU: если понимаете английский язык - кликните на ссылку, там моя статья про #Шерлок ☝️😀 если нет, все равно кликните, потому что это супер классно, что мой материал напечатали в этом…

Traditional Russian samovar, maybe not so traditional in size 😉 the traditional samovar would be heated by special birch tree wood (birch tree was always considered the best in this country) When I was about 5-6 years old, I remember my grandma had one. Even then it was mostly gimmicky. You would pour  the tea into a cup, and then when it's still hot, you would pour it into a saucer to make it cooler. And that's how you drank tea - sipping from the saucer, but I'm not completely sure if…

Traditional Russian samovar, maybe not so traditional in size 😉 the traditional samovar would be heated by special birch tree wood (birch tree was always considered the best in this country) When I was about 5-6 years old, I remember my grandma had one. Even then it was mostly gimmicky. You would pour the tea into a cup, and then when it's still hot, you would pour it into a saucer to make it cooler. And that's how you drank tea - sipping from the saucer, but I'm not completely sure if…

GUM. State Department Store in Moscow, Russia. Reflections

GUM. State Department Store in Moscow, Russia. Reflections

Русский внизу 👇 Russia is waiting for the most important night of the year... the one night when everyone believes that it will all change for the best, the dreams will come true and it'll be all better. As the main clock tower chimes magically at midnight, we drink champagne as we make our wishes. 🥂 Join our tradition. Believe.🎄 Saint Basil's Cathedral in winter. Red Square

Русский внизу 👇 Russia is waiting for the most important night of the year... the one night when everyone believes that it will all change for the best, the dreams will come true and it'll be all better. As the main clock tower chimes magically at midnight, we drink champagne as we make our wishes. 🥂 Join our tradition. Believe.🎄 Saint Basil's Cathedral in winter. Red Square

Red Square Ice Rink And Zamboni ⛸🏒🎣 #снаступающим 🎄 ice skating

Red Square Ice Rink And Zamboni ⛸🏒🎣 #снаступающим 🎄 ice skating

Saint Basil's Cathedral in Christmas festive lights. Extreme closeup. Basically because I couldn't get the whole cathedral tower in the frame. 😅 and I didn't want the white space... so ... I will post it on my Facebook page (link in bio) Please follow ✌️

Saint Basil's Cathedral in Christmas festive lights. Extreme closeup. Basically because I couldn't get the whole cathedral tower in the frame. 😅 and I didn't want the white space... so ... I will post it on my Facebook page (link in bio) Please follow ✌️

Happy Christmas to all celebrating !  С Рождеством ! ✨✨✨ Moscow Seven Sisters Buildings. at sunset. colour pink

Happy Christmas to all celebrating ! С Рождеством ! ✨✨✨ Moscow Seven Sisters Buildings. at sunset. colour pink

Mmm... Christmas tree? It's Christmas in Russia today 😊🎄🎈🎉 #срождеством !!! bokeh

Mmm... Christmas tree? It's Christmas in Russia today 😊🎄🎈🎉 #срождеством !!! bokeh

So according to statistics about 60% of Russian citizens will celebrate Christmas (on the 7th of January), and about 6% will celebrate it with the western world. So here in the Red Square we have a New Years fair, what we call it. Russians celebrate New Years like westerners do with Christmas - gifts, dinners, parties. We don't do that on the actual orthodox Christmas. It is a religious holiday, hence not much partying. In the very religious families you would maybe exchange small gifts…

So according to statistics about 60% of Russian citizens will celebrate Christmas (on the 7th of January), and about 6% will celebrate it with the western world. So here in the Red Square we have a New Years fair, what we call it. Russians celebrate New Years like westerners do with Christmas - gifts, dinners, parties. We don't do that on the actual orthodox Christmas. It is a religious holiday, hence not much partying. In the very religious families you would maybe exchange small gifts…

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