In 2021, the most popular present for February 23 were socks, underpants, and shaving foams. Thus, sales of shaving foam in the Novosibirsk region increased by almost 300 per cent, sales of socks increased by 121 per cent, sales of panties by 69 per cent, and shaving foam by 289 per cent, VN.ru reports.
Otkritie Bank conducted the all-Russian survey and found out how Russians were going to celebrate February 23 and March 8, om1.ru reports. The survey showed what people would like to receive as a gift. Money and certificates appeared to be the best gift for both men and women, though women prefer to give gifts, while
In the Sverdlovsk Region, on the eve of the Defender of the Fatherland Day, female traffic police congratulated men after ordinary inspection procedure, e1.ru reports. When the drivers were stopped, police officers checked their documents, license plate with the one that was written in the registration certificate, and asked if there were any fines. After
On February 23 and 24, Moscow residents will have a chance to leave their cars for free on any capital street that is part of the parking space, reports Interfax. This was told by the deputy mayor of Moscow, Maksim Liksutov. “Muscovites and guests of the capital will be able to leave a car in
In February, the oncological testing will be dedicated to Defender of the Fatherland Day. In honour of the holiday, a visit to a urologist will be added to the receptions of a therapist, surgeon, dermatologist. The event will be held on February 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in 11 hospitals of Yekaterinburg. In
On the eve of Defender of the Fatherland Day, films about the war will be shown in 8 Moscow cinemas of the MosKino network from February 20 to 24. Viewers will see such works of art as “Officers”, “Soldier Ivan Brovkin”, “The Star” and many others. The military drama “The Star” will be shown at