Russian Cultural Features and Russian Cuisine
Russia, which quickly changed its crust after the Cold War, has now become one of the world’s most crowded, expensive and luxurious countries. Luxury shopping centers, hotels and entertainment clubs opened in Moscow, the center and capital city, are the places where tourists who come to the country, not only in Russia but also in the country, are most frequently visited. With a population of about 144 million, Russia is a very rich country in terms of cultural accumulation. The capital city Moscow is located between the architectural monuments, the museums, the parks, the business centers, the metro network and entertainment venues and the world’s favorite cities.
The Russians are very fond of entertainment and luxury. Nightclubs and entertainment venues are quite crowded, especially on weekends. Smoking is not permitted in closed areas, but they use strong ventilation systems.
The first thing that comes to mind when it comes to Russian cuisine is seafood. As at other meals, they consume caviar, charcoal and fish varieties at breakfast.