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The national symbols of Russia
The national symbols of Russia official unofficial
The official symbols of Russia the flag One Russian symbol is the Russian national flag. The stripes are white, blue and red. These colours have always been symbolic in Russia: white-noble and sincere, blue-honest and devoted to friends, family and to the country. The red colour has always meant love and bravery.
The official symbols of Russia the anthem The anthem of Russia is a very solemn song, written by Mikhalkov and Alexandrov.
The official symbols of Russia the national emblem The national emblem is – a two headed eagle. It is the most ancient symbol of Russia.
The unofficial symbols of Russia Birch Birch became a symbol of spring, light and love to the fatherland. The word “birch” is very ancient and is connected with the verb “to keep, to take care”, since the Slavs considered the birch as the protecting people gift of God. The year began with spring and people celebrated it not with fir, but with the birch.
The unofficial symbols of Russia chamomile The national flower of Russia is the chamomile. It is a symbol of Russian nature. The flower is found all over in Russia and different areas of the world. Most of the public in Russia present flowers as a token of love, respect and gratitude
The unofficial symbols of Russia Russian Bear The Russian Bear is a common symbol representing many aspects of Russian life. From sporting teams to political parties, the bear is a common emblem. It was even the mascot of the 1980 Moscow Olympics.
The unofficial symbols of Russia Russian Dolls - Matryoshka Russian dolls are famous all over the world. Their official name is Matryoshka, which is derived from the Russian word for 'mother' - ’mat’. Other names for the dolls include Babushka (the Russian word for 'Grandmother)
The unofficial symbols of Russia samovars Samovar has traditionally been the most recognized symbol of Russian hospitality and family comfort as well as a sign of prosperity. The Russian word samovar literally means “self-boiling.”
The unofficial symbols of Russia Russian Hat - Ushanka Naturally, the hats are designed for the cold weather, and hence they are perfectly suited to life in Russia. But historians believe that the hat first came to Russia when they were involved in conflicts with the Finnish army.
The unofficial symbols of Russia Valenki VALENKI are Russian national footwear. They are traditionally made of thick felt or ship wool.