What is Russia?

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The Russian Federation is the largest of the 21 republics that make up the Commonwealth of Independent States. It occupies most of eastern Europe and north Asia, stretching from the Baltic Sea in the west to the Pacific Ocean in the east, and from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Black Sea and the Caucasus in the south. It is bordered by Norway and Finland in the northwest; Estonia, Latvia, Belarus, Ukraine, Poland, and Lithuania in the west; Georgia and Azerbaijan in the southwest; and Kazakhstan, Mongolia, China, and North Korea along the southern border.
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What is Russia like?

Answer . I visited St. Petersberg (Leningrad) when I was working on a project in Estonia in July 1997. I found the city to be much bigger than I expected with rows and rows

What is Russia about?

It's very unusual for any country to be 'about' anything. Countries simply exist.

What is Russia nickname?

Not entierly sure there is one well known one but i do know that a nick name for a Russian can be a "Ruski".

What is Russia national game?

One of the most important games in Russia is chess. Many Russians enjoy playing it. I don't know if chess is the national sport of Russia but I do know chess is a very importa

What is Russia near?

Russia is by the Arctic Ocean [And Alaska] to the north. The pacific ocean to the east. China and Mongolia to the south. And eastern Europe to the west.

What is Russia today?

Russia is the largest country in the world, overlapping two continents and neighbouring many other countries.

What is Russia divided into?

Russia is divided into western, or European Russia and eastern or Asian Russia by the Ural Mountains more correct answer Different parties in Russia during mid 19th centur

What is Russia Now?

It was once a Communism power in Asia, but broke up its Communism ways in June 1991 when Boris Yeltsin was the first to be elected President in Russia. He wanted things to be