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Russia is a region, in Asia and in Eastern Europe. By land area, Russia is the world’s largest nation and is also known as the Russian Federation. Moscow is the Russian capital and the Russian Federation is Russia’s official name.

Russia’s capital Moscow is the world’s biggest city. Russia’s population is roughly 146.6 million. The Russian Government is based on a form of democratic law.

The Russian Federation shares land borders with Finland, Lithuania and Poland (both the Kaliningrad Oblast), Belarus, Latvia, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Taiwan, Estonia, Mongolia and North Korea.

Russian is the only official state language, more than 81% speak Russian, while others speak Russian are Tatar, Ukrainian and Bashkir, etc. Russian is one of the six official languages of the United Nations.

Russia’s currency is Russian Ruble (RUB)

Climate and

The climate of Russia can be described as a highly continental climate with warm to hot dry summers and (very) cold winters with temperatures of-30 ° C and lower and sometimes heavy snowfall. Sometimes very strong easterly winds, called Buran, can occur, bringing cold temperatures and snowstorms. There are only two distinct seasons-winter and summer; spring and autumn are usually short periods of change between extremely low and extremely high temperatures.

Russian cuisine is a selection of the different cooking styles of the citizens of Russia. The food is complex, with contributions from Northern and Eastern Europe, European, Central Asian, Siberian and East Asian. The roots have been built by the peasant food of the rural population in an often harsh climate, with a mix of ample seafood, pigs, poultry, caviar, mushrooms, berries and honey. Crops of rice, maize, barley and millet provided the food for a multitude of pieces of bread, biscuits, pies, cereals, beer and vodka.


It’s easy to study in Russia, affordable and versatile. It is known to have one of the strongest education systems in the world that creates a literacy rate (98 per cent) that beats other Western European countries. Donations are not to be given to Russian universities. College is categorised into mandatory basic education and higher education. International students may apply to 896 universities in 85 regions of Russia. Russia has always been a leader in the field of schooling and, more importantly, medicine.

Russian higher medical education has developed a remarkable reputation on the world stage due to high educational standards of innovative and specialized teaching methods and research approaches. Apart from this, what makes Russia the chosen destination for medical studies is the simple admission method, which requires the rapid processing of paper works, and no entrance exam at most Russian universities Russia has been one of the popular destinations for international students to take their medical degree courses. The means of English teaching.
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