Finally, even I can tell that the spring has sprung in Moscow. That’s why when we are warm and comfy here in Moscow we can watch a video about Russian Camp Barneo – an Arctic Riviera in Russia!
For our readers who wants to know more:
Camp Barneo (Russian Лагерь Барнео) is an ice drift base about 100 km (60 miles) from the North Pole, first established in 1993. As of April 2007 it was located at [show location on an interactive map] 89°31.5′N 30°27′W / 89.525°N 30.45°W / 89.525; -30.45. However, northerly winds cause the camp to drift toward the southeast at a speed of 0.8 km/h. (More information you can find in Wikipedia)
What is in Barneo right now Barneo 2009 Chronicle – a very interesting site I highly recommend you to look!
Maybe some of our readers would love to visit Barneo, as for me I’ll better enjoy my spring in Moscow.
Best wishes for everyone, Russian Video from Russia Svet and Kyle
Let’s today watch a little video about St.Petersburg when the weather is nasty and the bridges are raised. The beautiful song what accompanies this video tells “You have to be able wait for happiness near raised bridge!”
Today we will have a nice sweet journey to the heart of Russia. That is an ancient Russian city Novgorod what placed not far from St.Petersburg. Really it will be a journey to the heart of this town it’s Kremlin. This video-journey is very special for us, because we’ve been there and seen all these beauties, but we’ve been there in late autumn and here we’ll see the Novgorod Kremlin (Detinets) in summer. It’s so beautiful and relaxing video, personally I can watch it again and again and dream about summer what is on it’s way thou we still have a lot snow here.
Today we will have as always very interesting trip with James Brown. That will not be very far from Moscow, we’ll visit three outstanding Russian towns what belong to the Golden Ring of Moscow: Susdal, Vladimir and Gus-Khrustalny. I’ve already been there but this video was still a treat for me:
Have a good day! Russian Video from Russia Svet and Kyle
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
We are still celebrating our Winter Seasons in Russia. Yes, all Russians have this year Winter Holidays 1-10 of January. So I want our posts in this time of year be bright and joyful! Today we’ll show you a little video of Ice Exhibition in Moscow (It has place in Botanic Garden and will last during whole holidays). Today we will watch a Russian Video in Russian language.
For our readers who wants to know more about this Ice Exhibition in Moscow:
It was open at 30th od December; and for these sculptures they used ice from Russian Siberian City Novosibirsk.
Best wishes! Russian Video from Russia Svet and Kyle
If you are reading this article I am sure you love to watch a little piece of life in other countries! I know how it feels like I myself adore to find out about life abroad. And watching videos is the best way for it. How we tell in Russian: Лучше один раз увидеть, чем 100 раз услышать (It’s better to see something once than to hear about it 100 times). Our video today is about preparation to New Year feast in one of Russian villages (Andriyanovka in Russia’s Tambov region).
For our readers who wants to look at Andriyanovka’s site: