Russian Art Sales Week Kicks Off in London

The capital of Great Britain hosts the “Russian Art Sales Week"

Moscow Is Second Most-Monitored City, Study Shows

According to research conducted by PriceWaterhouseCooper (PwC), Moscow has the second most surveillance cameras per capita from 12 analysed metropolitan areas

Less Traffic Jam Time in Moscow Than London or New York

People in Moscow now spend less time in traffic jams than residents of London, New York, or Los Angeles

British Newspaper Invites Tourists to St.Petersburg, ‘Dazzling’ Cradle of Revolution

The Daily Mail, a British newspaper, has recommended that its readers visit St. Petersburg, the cradle of the 1917 revolution

‘Russian Fans Are Quite Friendly’

On the eve of the UEFA Europa League round of 16 match between FK Rostov and Manchester United, a fan of the English giants said that the British aren't afraid of Russians

Russia's Netrebko, Serebrennikov Nominated for International Opera Awards

Director Kirill Serebrennikov, soprano Anna Netrebko and the MusicAeterna choir were nominated for 2017 International Opera Awards

Trans-Siberian Railway to Grow Five ‘Elephant Trunks’

Five new stops on the Trans-Siberian Railway will have an unusual design developed by London architectural studio Kamvari Architects

In the Land of the Unicorn

Russian Film Week draws to a close in London

Russian Art Week Auctions in London Raise More Than £23 Million

The top lot, as expected, was “Construction No. 95” by Alexander Rodchenko, which sold for £3.6 million

Russian Film Week to Open in London

London will host Russian Film Week from Nov. 30 to Dec. 4