Russian Video: Fairy Tale about Old Echo!

Hello,

Today we are watchin a nice and sweet Russian cartoon, it’s good for kids, parents and grandparents. And it has English subtitles. Fairy Tale about Old Echo (Сказка о старом Эхо), 1989.

Author of this tale is Igor Farbazhevich. He wrote several fairy tales about the Little Fox. Our Russian-speaker readers can read some of his tales here. For our readers who does not speak Russian we promise to watch a few another cartoons about the Little Fox!

Best wishes! Do you remember your childhood and your toys? 😉

Russian Video from Russia
Svet and Kyle

comments always welcome.

One thought on “Russian Video: Fairy Tale about Old Echo!

  1. Monika

    I’ll cirnofm that centralized heating systems for ex-Soviet cities are the standard mode. If you go to a Russian city, there are these big pipes everywhere (from 1-3 feet in diameter) snaking over the roads and up the sides of building. That’s the steam heating system from the centralized heating plant. But, they are insulated. I’ve watched crews repairing them which have included replacing the insulation around them. No insulation is perfect — the snow melts off of them, but its not like they’re room temperature either. As an amusing side note — in one side I was in, they wouldn’t turn on the heat until snow fell, and stayed on the ground in some amount for at least 24 hours. Then they would turn on the heat *in the city*!!. It was so cold when I was there (up near Archangel…) that I turned all the lights on in my hotel room (the only heat sources…) and went to bed clothed, until it warmed up enough I could dart out in the cold room and get ready for bed.

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