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Insight | Around Russia  | 01.04.21

Russian Client Managers Not Going to Give Up Writing Poetry

Specialists of the SuperJob job search service learned how many Russians write poetry, and in which professions there are more poets. According to the results of the survey, only 9 per cent of Russians write poetry, and 1 per cent began to do this within the last year.   The study showed that 32 per cent

Culture | Visit  | 21.03.21

Pushkin Became Most Popular Poet Among Audiobooks Users

Russia ranks first in the world in listening to poetry. Most often they listen to the works of Alexander Pushkin both in Russia and abroad, according to the Storytel audiobook service which conducted a study dedicated to World Poetry Day which is traditionally celebrated on March 21, RIA News reported.  It is noted that the

Recommended | Celebrities | Fun  | 09.08.20

Unknown Poem by Joseph Brodsky Found in St. Petersburg

The manuscript with an unknown poem by a Russian-American poet, Joseph Brodsky, was found at home by the translator from St. Petersburg Anatoly Naiman, the Arzamas magazine reported.  It is noted that the poem was written 30 years ago. It was entitled “Fast-Shrift”, which refers to German “Festschrift”, which means “written on a special occasion”,

Recommended | Events | Visit  | 23.06.20

Moscow Libraries to Hold Poetic Marathon Online

Moscow libraries will hold a 24-hour online poetic marathon, in which 145 poets from 12 cities of Russia will take part. The broadcast will begin on the libraries page on the VKontakte social network at 10 am on June 27 and will last exactly one day, the official website of the Moscow Mayor reports.   The

Events | Visit  | 21.03.20

Discover Moscow Portal Helps Russians to Celebrate World Poetry Day

Five new routes appeared in Moscow for the World Poetry Day, which is celebrated on March 21, the official website of Moscow Mayor reports. The route “Moscow of Marina Tsvetaeva”, which was viewed almost 11.5 thousand times, became the most popular among users of the portal. It lasts about 3.5 hours and passes through the