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Demography:

As per 2016 estimates, 45.16% of the Russian population is in between 25-54 years and population growth rate declined by 0.06%. 74% of the total population lives in cities (2015). Life expectancy stands at 70.8 years, while total fertility rate is 1.6 children born/woman. Russians constitute 77.7% of the total population and other ethnic groups include Tatar, Ukrainian, Bhaskir, Chuvash, and Chechen. Literacy stands at outstanding 99.7%.

Economy:

Since Soviet Union breakup, Russia has come a long way to recover. Russia, the seventh largest economy and a mixed economy. The oil and gas sectors belong to the government. Russia’s economy is controlled by a small community of powerful oligarchs. 30 percent of Europe’s oils and natural gas is supplied by Russia.

Culture:

Russia is culturally diverse region with atleast 190 ethinic groups, 100 minority languages apart from Russian and English. Christianity, Islam and Tengrism are the three mostly followed religions. Ballet is Russian contribution to the world of art. Russia also has rich tradition of folk tales. Nesting-dolls are Russian symbols.

Cuisine:

Russian cuisine is characterized by the abundance and variety of ingredients used in the cooking. Black bread (made of Rye), Borsch soup (made of beet and meat), Shchi hot soup (made of cabbage), Beef Stroganov, Zakuski (Russian snack made with fish), Pirozhki (small stuffed buns), Blini (thin pancakes), vodka are some of the Russian traditional foods.

Entertainment:

Russia offers excellent theatres including Bolshoi Theatre, opera houses and concert venues. For travelers, Trans Siberian Railway journey includes scenic Golden Buckle Stretch. It is also home to 30 national parks that include wondrous natural sites such as desolate forests of Komi, the volcanoes of Kamchatke, the Golden Mountains of Altai, first marine national park Moneron Island National Park, and Zabaikalsky National Park on the banks of Lake Baikal. Some noteworthy traditional festivals and cultural events include Tsarskoselskiy Carnival, All-Russia Festival of Street Musicians, Festival of Fountains, Grushinsky Bard Song Festival, opera and ballet performances at the Mariinsky Theatre and at the famous Bolshoi.

Country Attractions:
1.       Trans-Siberian Railway running between Moscow to Vladivoslot, known as the route of Tsars, is the longest railway system of the world.
2.       Mount Elbrus, one of the top seven summits of the world offers trekking experience of a life time.
3.       The Valley of Geysers in Kamchatka peninsula, the second largest geyser field in the world, attracts lot of tourists.
4.       The open-air museum located in Kizhi Island features Transfiguration of Our Savior with 22 domes,wooden houses, windmills.
5.       Saint Sophia Cathedral, the oldest church of Russia situated in Novgorod contains ancient religious artifacts.
6.       Lake Baikal, also known as the Pearl of Siberia, is one of the clearest, oldest and deepest lakes of the world, holds 20% of the world’s fresh water.
7.       Suzdal, Russia’s “Golden Ring” filled with full of onion-dome topped kremlins, cathedrals and monasteries provides a peek into Russia’s cultural past.
8.       One must visit the Kremlin of Moscow that houses four cathedrals, several notable museums.
9.       Russia’s massive museum in Saint Petersburg highlights a collection of over 3 million items collected across the globe.
10.    St. Basil’s cathedral of Moscow known for its unique architectural style, is one of the top tourist destinations of Russia.