In the North and Midwest America snow can get kinda deep at times and to have two feet of snow on the ground was not a show stopper. But in Moscow they do not get a lot of snow at one time. So when a sizable amount falls you have a disastrous time…
This video from Russia Today gives you an English version of – What happens when Moscow gets a lot of snow? 🙂
The Moscow Zoo (Russian: Московский зоопарк) was founded in 1864 by a group of professor-biologists, K.F. Rulje, S.A. Usov and A.P. Bogdanov, from the Moscow State University. In 1919, the zoo was nationalized. In 1922, the ownership was transferred to the city of Moscow and has remained under Moscow’s control ever since.
When the Zoo was just opened it had 286 animals, now it has about 6000 animals of 1000 species (100 of them are in the Red Book).
Russian Video from Russia offers you today to relax and enjoy the walk in the Moscow Zoo!
Our readers who wants to visit the Moscow Zoo can find more useful information here.
Have a beautiful day! Russian Video from Russia Svet and Kyle
Recently, we watched a very interesting very old video about Moscow in 1908 (Russian Video: Moscow in 1908.). Today I want to watch with you a very unusual and beautiful video about Moscow. Been Muscovite I love my city and I am so happy to find this video to show you! A very good and right song accompanies this video: That is a song by Alexander Rozenbaum “Show me Moscow, Muscovites.” And Moscow is shown here just right! 🙂
Have a very good day and I hope one day make your video to show us all and the whole world how beautiful is you town, village or city! Russian Video from Russia Svet and Kyle
Today we will visit some Moscow’s Markets with journalist of Russia Today Martyn Andrews. We’ve recently watched his program about Russian Sity Ivanovo and already know that journey with him is always fun! So let’s watch what he found at Moscow’s markets today.
Best wishes, Russian Video from Russia Svet and Kyle
Today we have a chance to look at Moscow from a very unusual (of course, for us) point of view. Swedish journalist, Kina Zeidler, takes us to some of the most prestigious places in the Russian capital:
This video was fun for us! That’s absolutely not our style of life but…
Best wishes and maybe sometimes it’s fun to have such “adventures”, Russian Video from Russia Svet and Kyle
Maybe you’ve already heard about Beautiful Moscow Metro. Maybe you’ve even heard that people call Moscow Subway An Underground Palace. But the authors of Russian Video from Russia do strongly believe that “It’s better one time to see than 100 times to hear about…” (That’s a Russian saying: “Лучше один раз увидеть чем 100 раз услышать”) So today we are watching a very beautiful video about Moscow Metro:
For our readers who wants to know more about past and future of Moscow Metro, find out technical details and look at another beautiful pictures of Moscow Metro: