I have to do a project on Russia?
Hey, I'm in 10th grade history and I've got to do a project on some country named Russia. I think I might have heard of it before, I think its like africa. But anyway I don't know anything about it. Where is it? Who lives there? Do they have cities or people? Stuff like that. Thanks.
- I survivedLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
In Soviet Russia, project does you!
- 1 decade ago
If you know nothing of Russia, you've been living with your head under a rock. Russia is arguably the biggest country in the world; it spans 17,075,400 square kilometres and homes 142 million people.
It's in Northern Europe, close to China, and has hundreds of cities. Ever heard of Moscow? St Petersberg?
Russia has a diverse history, even in the last century it has undergone immense cultural and political changes. As an American, I assume you've heard of the cold war? Your parents probably experienced it; that was with Russia.
Before you start the project, do some reading. Research the country! Typing in Russia on google gets 149,000,000 results. It's not like the information isn't there.Source(s): Here are some to start: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/country_pr... http://www.russia-travel.com/ http://www.lonelyplanet.com/russia https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russia Good luck. You'll need it.
- LJLv 41 decade ago
Russia is nothing like Africa. It is in Europe. Russians live there. They have cities, Moscow being one of them, and they have a lot of history. Just google Russia's history and you'll find loads of sites telling you about Russia and how it has changed over the years. You could also try searching Russian history timeline and then use what you find on there to search in more detail about important facts.
Facts about Russia:
- 1 decade ago
Notable things about Russia:
1. There's more bears than people (http://englishrussia.com/images/robber_bear/beggar...
2. Russians drink more vodka than water (http://englishrussia.com/images/19/3.jpg).
3. There are only 10-15 days in a year without snow (typical street: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3256/3247178166_076...
4. Every city is built around nuclear missile launch pad (http://img.timeinc.net/time/daily/2009/0904/russia...Source(s): http://englishrussia.com/ http://bearsandvodka.com/ http://www.vodkamuseum.ru/english/museum/ http://bears-vodka.livejournal.com/10762.html
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- Poe BirdLv 71 decade ago
Russia is a tiny island in the middle of the Pacific, soon to be the 52nd state. Due to their tropical climate their major exports are flowers, green energy, and ham.
It maintains a relaxed Libertarian government, leading to a peaceful and almost utopian society without war. The national colour is pink, indicated by their flag bearing a magenta background with a salmon pink kitten hugging a rainbow in the center.
The great Russian outdoors:
The typical Russian:
Good luck with your project. I assume half the credit for my valuable advice.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
YOU ARE IN 10TH GRADE? LOOK AT AN ATLAS UND SEE A WORLD MAP.
THATS A START. RUSSIA IS IN EUROPE. IT USED TO BE THE LARGEST SEGMENT OF THE NOW DEFUNCT SOVIET UNION.
ARE YA STUDYING WORLD OR GEOGRAPHY WORLD HISTORY/???
TAKE SOME ADVICE FROM AN OLD SPINSTER SEAMSTRESS
APPLY YOURSELF TO YA STUDIES I SAY!!!!
LEARN YOUR LESSON
MIND YOUR WAYS
UND RESPECT THE SCHOOL AUTHORITIES'
DO YA HOMEWORK UND GET TA BED EARLY
LEARN YA LESSON I SAY
YA SOUND LIKE YOU BEEN GOOFIN OFF!!!!!!!!!!!!