#travel

Moscow Is One Of The World's Largest Mega-Cities. More than 60,000 foreign students study at Moscow universities.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
Tomsk is the capital of the Tomsk Region, located in the east of Western Siberia, on the bank of the Tom River. It is a major cluster of technological advances and industrial innovations, the scientific and cultural center.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
North Caucasian Federal District. Nalchik is the capital and cultural center of the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic, the resort city of federal importance in the south of Russia.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
Chelyabinsk is one of the largest cities in Russia. It is located on the border of two parts of the world – Europe and Asia. It is an industrial giant with a huge number of plants.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
Far Eastern Federal District. Blagoveshchensk is the capital of the Amur Region. It is Russia’s only city bordering the other country.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
The Republic of Tatarstan has great scientific and educational potential and is well-known far beyond the country's borders. About 150 000 students from over 120 countries attend its 44 universities.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
A combination of favorable climatic conditions and deposits of mineral waters and therapeutic muds makes the Krasnodar Territory the most popular resort and tourist region in Russia.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
St. Petersburg is one of the most beautiful megacities in the world, the second largest city in Russia, located on the shores of the Gulf of Finland. Every year the universities of St. Petersburg admit thousands of foreign students from all over the world.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
The kingdom of snow, ice, and cold—that’s what some foreigners think of Russia in winter, but it's only partly true. Yes, it can sometimes be cold and even too cold.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
Dagestan is considered the Russia's most ethnically diverse region. Over 80 ethnic groups and nationalities live there.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-fr
In recent years, the number of international students choosing the Irkutsk Region as a study destination has been increasing rapidly. Irkutsk alone has over 7,000 students from 40 countries.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-fr
Moscow Is One Of The World's Largest Mega-Cities. More than 60,000 foreign students study at Moscow universities.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
Tomsk is the capital of the Tomsk Region, located in the east of Western Siberia, on the bank of the Tom River. It is a major cluster of technological advances and industrial innovations, the scientific and cultural center.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
North Caucasian Federal District. Nalchik is the capital and cultural center of the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic, the resort city of federal importance in the south of Russia.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
Chelyabinsk is one of the largest cities in Russia. It is located on the border of two parts of the world – Europe and Asia. It is an industrial giant with a huge number of plants.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
Far Eastern Federal District. Blagoveshchensk is the capital of the Amur Region. It is Russia’s only city bordering the other country.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
The Republic of Tatarstan has great scientific and educational potential and is well-known far beyond the country's borders. About 150 000 students from over 120 countries attend its 44 universities.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
A combination of favorable climatic conditions and deposits of mineral waters and therapeutic muds makes the Krasnodar Territory the most popular resort and tourist region in Russia.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
St. Petersburg is one of the most beautiful megacities in the world, the second largest city in Russia, located on the shores of the Gulf of Finland. Every year the universities of St. Petersburg admit thousands of foreign students from all over the world.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
The kingdom of snow, ice, and cold—that’s what some foreigners think of Russia in winter, but it's only partly true. Yes, it can sometimes be cold and even too cold.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
Dagestan is considered the Russia's most ethnically diverse region. Over 80 ethnic groups and nationalities live there.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-fr
In recent years, the number of international students choosing the Irkutsk Region as a study destination has been increasing rapidly. Irkutsk alone has over 7,000 students from 40 countries.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-fr
Moscow Is One Of The World's Largest Mega-Cities. More than 60,000 foreign students study at Moscow universities.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
Tomsk is the capital of the Tomsk Region, located in the east of Western Siberia, on the bank of the Tom River. It is a major cluster of technological advances and industrial innovations, the scientific and cultural center.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
North Caucasian Federal District. Nalchik is the capital and cultural center of the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic, the resort city of federal importance in the south of Russia.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
Chelyabinsk is one of the largest cities in Russia. It is located on the border of two parts of the world – Europe and Asia. It is an industrial giant with a huge number of plants.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
Far Eastern Federal District. Blagoveshchensk is the capital of the Amur Region. It is Russia’s only city bordering the other country.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
The Republic of Tatarstan has great scientific and educational potential and is well-known far beyond the country's borders. About 150 000 students from over 120 countries attend its 44 universities.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
A combination of favorable climatic conditions and deposits of mineral waters and therapeutic muds makes the Krasnodar Territory the most popular resort and tourist region in Russia.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
St. Petersburg is one of the most beautiful megacities in the world, the second largest city in Russia, located on the shores of the Gulf of Finland. Every year the universities of St. Petersburg admit thousands of foreign students from all over the world.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
The kingdom of snow, ice, and cold—that’s what some foreigners think of Russia in winter, but it's only partly true. Yes, it can sometimes be cold and even too cold.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-esflag-fr
Dagestan is considered the Russia's most ethnically diverse region. Over 80 ethnic groups and nationalities live there.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-fr
In recent years, the number of international students choosing the Irkutsk Region as a study destination has been increasing rapidly. Irkutsk alone has over 7,000 students from 40 countries.
most_ready
Read
flag-enflag-ruflag-zhflag-arflag-fr
Наверх