List of cultural icons of Russia

List of cultural icons of Russia
Russian regalia (with Monomakh's Cap)
Tsar Nicholas II
Russian borscht with beef and sour smetana
Spasskaya tower of the Moscow Kremlin.
Russian icon Trinity by Andrei Rublev
Russo-Balt Model D

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Animals

Art, architecture

Russian art movements: Constructivism (art and architecture), Cubo-Futurism, Naryshkin Baroque, Neo-primitivism, Nonconformism, Petrine Baroque, Postconstructivism, Rayonism, Russian avant-garde, Russian neoclassical revival, Russian Revival, Russian Symbolism, Suprematism, Socialist realism, Stalinist Empire style

Russian artistic groups: ASNOVA, Donkey's Tail, Jack of Diamonds, Mitki, Peredvizhniki, VKhUTEMAS

Buildings and structures

Dress

Emblems, Symbols and Allegories

Food and drink

Government and politics

Holidays

Language

Literature

See also: Russian literature

Russian literature movements: Acmeism, Ego-Futurism, Imaginism, Russian futurism, Russian symbolism

Russian literature groups: Arzamas Society, LEF, Serapion Brothers

Music

see also: Russian Opera, Russian Orthodox bell ringing, Russian rock

Russian music instruments: Balalaika, Bayan, Domra, Garmon, Gusli, Russian guitar, Treshchotka, Svirel

Myths, legends, and folklore

Philosophy

Russian philosophical movements: Marxism-Leninism, Pochvennichestvo, Russian anarchism, Russian cosmism, Slavophiles, Tolstovstvo, Westernizers

Places

Press

Sport

Television, cinema & animation

Theatre, circus

Transport

War

See also


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