Learning Russian abroad in Moscow, Russia is one of many language immersion programs offered by AmeriSpan. In just a few short years, life in the largest country on Earth – the Russian Federation – has changed dramatically. In 1991, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) ceased to exist. In its place are the Russian Federation (Russia) and 14 independent countries. Russia stretches from the Gulf of Finland to the Bering Strait and is home to more than 100 ethnic groups. Known as "the lungs of Europe," Russia features the world's largest forest reserves and its lakes contain approximately one-quarter of the world's unfrozen fresh water. From mountains to its extensive coastline, and with access to three of the world's oceans, Russia offers beautiful and vast geographic diversity.
Despite decades of social and economic revolutions, currently Russia is working to establish a modern market economy and maintain strong economic growth. Russia has a wealth of natural resources such as oil, natural gas, minerals and timber. Moscow is the center for many manufacturing industries including cars and steel. There is certainly no lack of entertainment in Russia. From circuses to ballets and classical music to jazz festivals, Russia’s entertainment culture is sure to excite any traveler seeking fun activities. Many say you feel Russia’s diverse history and intense culture embrace you when you arrive. Luckily, for the first time in Russia’s extensive history, the country is open for anyone to visit!
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This capital city of Russia would not be called a beautiful city however, Moscow is a very dynamic city, an up and coming cultural center post communism. Great Russian writers and artists whose works were banned in the past are quickly regaining the creative renown and honor they enjoyed decades ago. It has been described as the political, scientific, historical, architectural and business center of the country. While its old Russian-style structures are being radically preserved, so is the peopleďż˝s morale. There are many restaurants, bars and clubs and colorful markets hum with activity.
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