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Russia Europe rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of Russia Europe. Common rental types found in Russia Europe are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Regions and cities if Russia Europe where housing rentals are found are Central Russia, Moscow, Northwestern Russia, Privolzhsky-Volga, Southern Russia, St. Petersburg. Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of Russia Europe.

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      Russia Europe Country Information
European Russia attributes to the western areas of Russia that distortion within Europe and contains approximately 3,960,000 square kilometers and connected over 40% of Europe. European Russia is also known as Western Russia or Central Russia. Its eastern border is characterized by the Ural Mountains and in the South it is defined by the border with Kazakhstan. This area constitutes Moscow and St. Petersburg; these are the two greater cities of Russia. Roughly 78% of the absolute Russian population lives in European Russia, at an average of 27 persons per kmē. Though 75% of Russia's country lies within Asia and corresponds only 22% of its population at 2.5 persons per kmē. The term "European Russia" is used in the Russian Empire to attribute to traditional East Slavic territories belonging to Russian control includes what is now Belarus and most of Ukraine.

      Russia Europe Recreation, Culture and Attractions
Red Square is a historic open cobbled space in the center of Moscow; basically the city's market place was served as a public collection place to celebrate festivals, listen to government announcements or to witness realization, especially common during the reign of Ivan the Terrible. The communist government ruined several ancient buildings around Red Square, including the revival Gate and chapel, to make space for and to allow easy tank approach to the demonstrations and military parades that persistent the area. St Basil's Cathedral with its multicolored arch is the most famous image of Russia, reputation on the edge of Moscow's Red Square, an attractive design that was compensation by Ivan the Terrible to celebrate his victorious military movement against the Tartar Mongols at Kazan in 1552. It comprises a central chapel encloses by eight red brick tower-like chapels, each sovereignty with a different colored and uniquely impression onion-shaped dome. The Tretyakov Gallery houses some of the great masterpieces of traditional Russian art from before the innovation and has the world's detective collection of Russian icons from the 11th to the 17th centuries. The gallery's combination of paintings, graphics and fashion covers Russian art from the 18th to the 20th century. The golden arch of St Isaac's Cathedral influenced the skyline of St Petersburg, the colonnade around the cupola presented superb panoramic views over the city. It was appointed by Tsar Alexander I to be an outstanding imperial cathedral, and the following masterpiece was of grandiose magnitude that took over 40 years to build and was decorated in the most exaggerated manner. In the post-World War II period Sports participates a major role in the Russian state. The accomplishment of Soviet amateur in the international arena, especially in the Olympic Games, was a source of great national pride. Almost the entire world, football maintains extensive popularity in Russia. At the centre of the country's appreciate tradition is legendary goalkeeper Lev Yashin, whose magnificent play in the 1956 Olympics helped Russia winning the gold medal. There are extremely 160 extraordinary ethnic groups and indigenous peoples in Russia. Russian cuisine generally uses fish, mushrooms, poultry, berries, and honey. Russia's large number of ethnic groups has excellent traditions of folk music. Russians have many traditions that include the washing in banyan, a hot steam bath somewhat coincidental to sauna. In the 17th century, the "fiery style" of ornamentation is increased in Moscow and Yaroslavl, regularly paving the way for the Naryshkin florid of the 1690s. Russian literature is examined as the most significant and developed in the world, supplemented many of the world's most famous literary works. Russian and after Soviet cinema was a hotbed of development in the period immediately consecutive in 1917, arrangement in world-renown films such as The Battleship Potemkin by Sergei Eisenstein.

      Russia Europe Country Demographics
Russia Europe Total Population - 141,927,297
Russia Europe Tatars Population - 5,554,601
Russia Europe Ukrainians Population - 2,942,961
Russia Europe Bashkir's Population - 1,673,389
Russia Europe Chuvash's Population - 1,637,094
Russia Europe Chechens Population - 1,360,253
Russia Europe Armenians Population - 1,130,491

      Russia Europe School Information
Education in Russia is implemented by the state and is organized by the federal Ministry of Education and Science. Regional government allocates education within their sovereignty within the established framework of federal laws. Kindergartens, unlike schools, are managed by regional and local jurisdiction. The Ministry of Education and Science allocates only a brief pre-school establishment program for the 5-6 year old children. In 2004 the government striving to charge full cost of kindergartens to the parents; widespread public competition caused a reversal of policy. The Soviet system contributes nearly universal primary and kindergarten service in urban areas, interrupt working mothers from daytime child care needs. The 2007-2008 numbers includes 4,965 advanced learning schools pursue in foreign languages, mathematics etc.; 2,347 advanced general-purpose schools, and 1,884 schools for all divisions of disabled children; it does not include vocational restricted school and techniques. Private schools narrated for 0.3% of elementary school entrance in 2005 and 0.5% in 2005. Eleven-year secondary education in Russian is obligatory from September 1, 2007. According to a 2005 UNESCO report, more than half of the Russian adult population has procured a tertiary education, which is twice as high as the OECD average. As of the 2007-2008 academic years, Russia had 8.1 million students joined in all forms of tertiary education. 6.2 million Students were entered in 658 state-owned and 450 private civilian university-level institutions permitted by the Ministry of Education; total faculty accomplishes 625 thousands in 2005. Postgraduate diploma structure so far preserves its individual Soviet pattern determined in 1934. There are two subsequent postgraduate degrees: candidate nark and doctor nark. Candidate nark can be completed within university environment. Doctor nark, the next stage, implies accomplished significant scientific output.

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Russian Bear, Eagle
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Russia Europe Country Anthem
"Desteapta-te, romane!" ("Awaken Thee, Romanian")

      Russia Europe Country History
One of the first modern human bones of the age of 35 000 years was originated in Russia, in Kootenai on the Don River banks. In prehistoric times the vast plain of Southern Russia was home to dynasty of nomadic pastoralists. Remnants of this steppe cultivation were recognized in such places as Ipatovo, Sintashta, Arkaim, and Pazyryk, which bear the primitive known traces of supported warfare, a key feature in wandering way of life. The establishment of the first East Slavic states in the 9th century harmonized with the arrival of Varangians, the Vikings who tried along the waterways perpectual from the eastern Baltic to the Black and Caspian Seas. According to the Primary history, a Varangian from Russ' people, named Rurik, were elected ruler of Novgorod in 862. His successor Oleg the Prophet moved south and frustrates Kiev in 882, which had been previously paying recognition to the Khazars; so the state of Kievan Rus' started. The age of feudalism and decentralization had come, prominent by constant in-fighting between members of the Rurikid government that marked Kievan Rus' collectively. The most powerful beneficiary state to Kievan Rus' was the Grand Duchy of Moscow, first a part of Vladimir-Suzdal. After the fall of Constantinople in 1453, Moscow claimed the succession to the legacy of the Eastern Roman Empire. The Tsar demonstrate a new code of laws that are established the first Russian feudal illustration body and received local self-management into the rural regions. Under Peter I, Russia was illustrated an Empire in 1721 and became remembered as a world power. Russia lost its Ukrainian, Polish, Baltic, and Finnish dominion by signing the convention of Brest-Litovsk that determined hostilities with the Central Powers in World War I. Boris Yeltsin was elected the President of Russia in June 1991, in the first direct presidential election in Russian history.

      Russia Europe Country Tourist Information
Tourism in Russia has experienced an accelerated growth from the late Soviet times, first individual tourism and then universal tourism as well. Rich cultural tradition and great natural classification place Russia with the highest visited countries in the world. Major tourist direction in Russia constitute a travel approximately the Golden Ring of antique cities, navigated on the big rivers like Volga, and long journeys on the influential Trans-Siberian Railway. Most of the people visited stations in Russia are Moscow and Saint Petersburg, the current and the preceding capitals of the country. It is realized as World Cities, they constituent such world-renown museums as Tretyakov Gallery and Hermitage, outstanding theaters like Bolshoi and Mariinsky, ornate churches like Saint Basil's Cathedral, Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Saint Isaac's Cathedral and Church of the salvation on Blood, impressive fortress like Moscow Kremlin and Peter and Paul Fortress, beautiful squares and streets like Palace Square, Red Square, Tverskaya Street and Newsy Prospect. Moscow displays the Soviet composition at its best, along with modern tower, while St Petersburg, nicknamed Venice of the North, pretention of its classical building, many rivers, channels and bridges. The Third Capital of Russia, although a number of other major cities are compete for this situation, like Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, and Nizhny Novgorod. The characteristic of Russian reminders constitute matryoshka doll and other handicraft, ushanka and papaha warm hats, samovars for water heating, and fur clothes. Russian vodka and delicacy are among the food that attracts foreigners. The Northern Caucasus of the mountains comprises attractive ski resorts, including Dom bay. The most famous natural terminal in Russia is Lake Baikal, the Blue Eye of Siberia. This extraordinary lake is the first and deepest in the world, has crystal-clean waters and it is enclosed by taiga-covered mountains. The Other attractive natural terminals include Kamchatka with its volcanoes and geysers, the snowy Altai Mountains, Karelia with its lakes and granite rocks and the wild steppes of Tyva.

      Russia Europe Country Transportation
Railway transport in Russia is essentially under the manipulation of the state-run Russian Railways ownership. The total length of the railway tracks is about 85,500 km and secondly to the U.S. Over 44,000 km of tracks is electrified, that is the greater number in the world, and also more than 30,000 km of technical non-common messenger lines. Some of these are making up with the Russian federal motorway system. It has a large land area of the road frequency is the minimum of all the G8 and BRIC countries. The network channels are attached to the basins of major rivers In the European part of the country. The capital of Russia is Moscow and frequently called as "the port of the five seas", is unsatisfied to its waterway relationship to the Baltic, Caspian, White, Azov and Black Seas. The influential sea ports of Russia constitutes Rostov-on-Don on the Azov Sea, Novorossiysk on the Black Sea, Arkhangelsk on the White Sea, Murmansk on the Barents Sea, Astrakhan and Makhachkala on the Caspian, Kaliningrad and St Petersburg on the Baltic, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and Vladivostok on the Pacific Ocean. The airlines total length in Russia overtakes 600,000 km. typically, major Russian cities have well-developed and divergent systems of public transport, with the most common varieties of oppressed vehicles being bus, trolleybus and tram. The Russia total length of metros is 465.4 km. Moscow Metro and Saint Petersburg Metro is the first opened in Russia in 1935 and 1955. These two are the fastest and industrious metro organizations in the world, and are influential for rich decorations and individual configurations of their stations, which is a conventional tradition on Russian metros and railways.

      Russia Europe Taxes
Russia Europe Country Corporate tax - 20%
Russia Europe Country Maximum Income tax rate - 13%
Russia Europe Country Standard VAT rate - 18%
Russia Europe Country Federal tax - 6.5%
Russia Europe Country Regional tax - 17.5%
Russia Europe Country Maximum profit tax is 24%
Russia Europe Country Capital gains tax rate is 13%
Russia Europe Country US$/L - 0.798
Russia Europe Country US$/gal - 3.02
Russia Europe Country Withholding tax - 20%
Russia Europe Country Property tax - 2.2%

      Russia Europe Universities
Altai State Technical University - 15,000 Students
Altai State Medical University - 4,000 Students
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia - 18,000 Students
Buryat State University, Ulan Ude, Russia - 12 000 Students
European University at St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation - 180 Students
Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russia - 41,000 Students
Finance University, Moscow, Russia - 41,300 Students
State University, Moscow, Russia - 14,716 Students
Irkutsk State University, Irkutsk, Russia - 18,000 Students
Irkutsk State Linguistic University, Irkutsk, Russia - 4000 Students
Kazan State Technological University, Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia - 27,000 Students
Kazan State Technical University, Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia - 25,000 Students
Kazan State University, Kazan, Russia - ~16,000 Students
Kemerovo State University, Kemerovo Oblast, Russia - 31,000 Students
Krasnoyarsk State University, Krasnoyarsk, Russia - 12,500 Students
Saint Petersburg Military Engineering-Technical University, Saint Petersburg, Russia - 1500-2000 Students
Moscow Institute of Electronic Technology, Zelenograd, Moscow, Russia - 6,464 Students
Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Moscow, Russia - 15,000 Students
Moscow State Linguistic University, Moscow, Russia - 10,000 Students
Moscow State Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia - 20,000 Students
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia - 18,000 Students
Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia - 47,000 Students
Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russia - 5,200 Students
Novosibirsk State Technical University, Novosibirsk, Russia - 25,000 Students
Omsk State Technical University, Omsk, Russia - 14 000 Students
Omsk F. M. Dostoevsky State University, Omsk, Russian Federation - 13000 Students
Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russia - 41,000 Students
Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia - 35.000 Students
Plekhanov Russian Economic University, Moscow, Russia - 13,000 Students
Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Taganrog, Russia - 49740 Students
Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Moscow Oblast, Russia - 5,500 Students
Saint Petersburg State Pediatric Medical Academy, Saint-Petersburg, Russia - 3000 Students
Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia - 32, 400 Students
Saint Petersburg State University of Service and Economics, Saint Petersburg, Russia - ~38,000 Students
Siberian State Technological University, Krasnoyarsk, Russia - 15,000 Students
Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Taganrog, Russia - 49740 Students
State University, Moscow, Russia - 14,716 Students
Tula State University, Tula, Tula Oblast, Russia - 20,000 Students
Udmurt State University, Izhevsk, Udmurt Republic, Russia - 28,089 Students
Ulyanovsk State University, Ulyanovsk, Russia - 16,000 Students
Urals Academy of Architecture, Yekaterinburg, Russia - 2,300 Students
Ural State Technical University, Ekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia - 23,100 Students
Volgograd State University, Volgograd, Russia - 14,000 Students

      Russia Europe Religions
Russia Europe Christian - 18.5% - 78%
Russia Europe Muslim - 10% - 14%
Russia Europe Buddhist - 1.1% - 1.45%
Russia Europe Hindu - 0.45%
Russia Europe Non-religious - 16% - 48%

      Russia Europe Country Provinces
Central Federal District - 38,000,651 Populations
Southern Federal District - 13,973,252 Populations
Northwestern Federal District - 13,974,466 Populations
Far Eastern Federal District - 6,692,865 Populations
Siberian Federal District - 20,062,938 Populations
Urals Federal District - 12,373,926 Populations
Volga Federal District - 31,154,744 Populations
North Caucasian Federal District - 8,933,889 Populations

      Russia Europe Country Government
According to the legislation of Russia, the country is a coalition and semi-presidential republic, where the President is the head of state and the Prime Minister is the head of government. The president is named by an accessible vote for a six-year term. Ministries of the government are confident of the principal and his deputies, ministers, and selected other individuals; all are selected by the President on the suggestion of the Prime Minister. The prominent political parties in Russia include United Russia, the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia, the Communist Party, and Fair Russia. The Russian Federation is remembered in international law as beneficiary state of the ancient Soviet correlation. Russia continues to implement the international liability of the USSR, and has assumed the USSR's permanent seat in the UN Security chamber, membership in other international organizations, the rights and commitments under international reconciliation, and property and debts. While Russia is generally recognized as a great power, in recent years it has been constitute by a number of world leaders, commentators, scholars and politicians as a presently restored or potential superpower. As one of five persistent members of the UN Security board, Russia plays a major role and conserved as an international tranquility and security. The country performed in the Quartet on the Middle East and the Six-party talks with North Korea. Russia has an associated organization of eight industrialized dominion, OSCE, the Council of Europe and APEC. Subsequently the collapse of the Soviet correlation, it has refined a friendlier, albeit expansive relationship with NATO. The NATO-Russia assembly was determined in 2002 to allow the 26 Allies and Russia to work closely as equal partners to maintain opportunities for joint collaboration.

      Russia Europe Country Parks
Losiny Ostrava National Park is the first national park in Russia placed in Moscow and Moscow province. It is considered to be the largest forest in a city of equivalent size. Losiny Ostrava National Park was established in 1983 on the land which since antique times prepared as the strictly reserved hunting area of Russian Grand Princes and tsars. Its territory was declared and restricted in 1799, the first forest management was determined in 1842, and the idea of the creation of national park was accelerated as early as 1909. This place is well-known since 14th century, in appropriate to the testimony of Russian princes - Ivan Kalita, Dmitri Donskoi, Vladimir of Serpukhov and their posterity. Russkaya Arctic National Park is a national park of Russia determined in June 2009. It substitutes a large and inappropriate area of the Arctic Ocean and the northern part of Novaya Zemlya. The area includes one of the largest bird mandates in the Northern Hemisphere, as well as walrus and seal rookeries. In addition to sustained natural habitats, the area of the national park is important for conserved the cultural heritage, which is related to the history of discovery and expansion of the vast Arctic territories starting from the sixteenth century. Vodlozero National Park and Nature inhibition in the Republic of Karelia, that are characterized as a national park by the government of Russia, and covers some 5,800 kmē, including 6,000 kmē of intact wetland taiga and is the second largest national park in Europe after Yugyd Va National Park. Zyuratkul' is a Russian National Park, determined in 1993 in the southern part of Satkinsky Rayon. The park fabricates about 30 km south of Satka and 200 km west of Chelyabinsk.

      Russia Europe Country Economy
Russia has a market economy with excessive natural supplies, especially oil and natural gas. It has the 12th largest economy in the world by apparent GDP and the 7th largest by possession power consistency. Growth was generally induced by non-traded services and goods for the private market, as conflicting to oil or mineral separation and exports. The Russian exports are Oil, natural gas, metals, and timber is more than 80%. In 1999-2009, Russia's agriculture is established by continuous growth, and the country is disintegrated from grain significance to the third largest grain transport after EU and USA. While large harvest is concentrated generally on the preparation of grain and economy products, small private household plots produce most of the country's yield of potatoes, vegetables and fruits. In recent years, Russia has usually characterized in the media as an "energy superpower". The country is the world's largest natural gas reluctance and the 8th largest oil reserves, and the second largest coal reserves. Russia is the world's principal natural gas exporter and second well-known natural gas producer, while also the second largest oil exporter and largest oil producer, whereas Russia substitute the latter status with Saudi Arabia from time to time. User Russia Europe Comments

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