Andrea Serrano

Andrea Serrano

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Linen table cloth and towels with traditional Russian print, handmade in Russia's most rural places.

Souvenirs from Russia. Linen with traditional patterns.

This is an example of what traditionsl Russian clothing looked like for The Czars of Ruska, very expensive and delicate. The average dress of a Czar princess would have about 1.3Kg of  gems and diamonds embroidered to the dresses.

Traditional Russian clothing that what russian wear

A RUSSIAN PORCELAIN VASE, PRIVATE FACTORY, 1850S-1860S, POSSIBLY SAMSONOV OR SIPYAGIN FACTORY. This is an example of Russia's porcelain that has shaped parts of Russia's culture

A Russian porceline vase, private factory,

Piroggi can be filled with cheese, meat or vegetables, or you can try sweet piroshky, filled with honey or fruit. The best piroggi are found in Stolle Pie Restaurants – the locals love them, and you’ll find outlets over St Petersburg. This Russian dish created by Russians have impacted many Russian's lives.

Another traditional Russian food is piroggi my-russian-heritage. One of our parishioners made this for our food festival except she used cabbage, carrots, and eggs. The pastry was delicious.

Olivier salad is a traditional salad dish from Russia, which is also popular in many other European countries, Iran, Pakistan, Israel and also in South American countries like Argentina and Uruguay.It is made with diced potatoes, vegetables, eggs, and sometimes ham and is dressed with mayonnaise. Worldwide, the dish is commonly referred to as Russian salad. This Dish is to show, that human interaction in Russia has affected many many countries, whether by a salad or other things or both.

Lea's Cooking: Traditional Russian Olivie Salad ~ One of the most popular is the famous Olivie Salad. A quite solid salad that very well fits to be served as a standalone dish. It's like potato salad with meat.

A favorite small "Kazak" Russian rug. Can be hung on the wall just like a painting. Russians use these to decorate their homes, most of them are handmade using  lambs wool among others.

A favorite small "Kazak" Russian rug. Can be hung on the wall just like a painting. Russians use these to decorate their homes, most of them are handmade using lambs wool among others.

The procession of Tsar Nicholas II after his crowning, 1896. The last Emperor of Russia, which later after he was gone, was the way Russia was able to move forward after other wars, making this a human interaction.

tiny-librarian: “ Photograph showing Tsar Nicholas II, leaving the cathedral after his coronation.

Hermitage Museum St Peterburg, Russia. This is an example of how people of the past lived, and help the economy now, this has become part of the culture. Making this, a human interaction.

Hermitage Museum, formerly the Winter Palace of the Tsars, Saint Peterburg, Russia♔PM

Saint Isaac's Cathedral, Russia. This is living proof of how Russian's can proper with religion diversity, making this a human interaction.

Churches and Cathedrals / St Isaac's Cathedral, St.