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Crime in Moscow, Russia
Crime in Moscow. Safety in Moscow
No, forget about it, seriously. Hosts often provide slippers for their guests. This tradition is centuries-old. How come? In Russia smiles are reserved for family members, friends and colleagues at work. This is another Russian superstition that people still believe, especially when it concerns a young single lady.
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10 reasons why Russians don’t smile much
In the lead-up to the World Cup, articles appeared noting that Russian workers were being taught how to properly smile at the foreign soccer fans who would soon be visiting their country. One of us — Masha — is a Russian immigrant. Of course, in the U. The first has to do with how people in different cultures communicate with one another. Studies have found that in Russia, social distance is lower relative to the U.
If the value is 0, it means it is perceived as very low, and if the value is , it means it is perceived as very high. Moving to Moscow? If it were to be less corrupt it would be absolutely flawless. Anonymous on Jan 05, : So many Russophobic comments here. Most cities are quite safe.
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