Pravda (disambiguation)

Pravda (disambiguation)

Pravda ("The Truth" in many Slavic languages (or "Justice" in some South Slavic languages) - "пра́вда, prawda, pravda"). Pravda may also mean:

* "Pravda", a newspaper of the Soviet Union and a newspaper in Russia
* "Komsomolskaya Pravda", an all-Russian daily newspaper
* "Pionerskaya Pravda", an all-Russian newspaper
* "Pravda", a major newspaper in Slovakia
* "Ukrayinska Pravda", a Ukrainian internet newspaper
* "Dnestrovskaya Pravda", a Russian language newspaper in Transnistria
* "Pravda", a Serbian tabloid daily newspaper

* "Pravda (Lithuania)", a monthly magazine in Lithuania

* Pravda, Azerbaijan
* Pravda Castle, in the Czech Republic
* The Komsomolskaya Pravda Islands in the Russian Arctic

* Alexander Pravda, Slovak astronomer
* "Pravda", a Soviet steamer active in the Arctic in the 1930s
* Russkaya Pravda, the legal code of medieval Kievan Rus
* "Pravda" (play), a 1985 play satirising the British newspaper industry
* Kino-Pravda, a newsreel series
* Pravda Vodka

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