29th of April – The International Dance Day

April 28, 2010 by  
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World Dance Day was introduced on the 29 of April 1982 by the International Dance Committee of the UNESCO. This date wasn’t chosen occasionally, it was suggested to observe the birthday of Jean-Georges Noverre, a French dancer, ballet master and the creator of ballet d’action. Dance is an essential part of human culture right through its history. Read more

26th of April – International Day of Remembrance the Victims of Chernobyl Anthropogenic Disaster

April 25, 2010 by  
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The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant became a symbol of the world’s worst anthropogenic catastrophe. The 26th of April is a day when people commemorate the victims of the Chernobyl disaster. The powerful explosion on the one of the nuclear reactors (the fourth one) resulted in a major radioactive discharge which caused a great radiation poisoning. Read more

22nd of April – The International Day of the Earth

April 21, 2010 by  
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The International day of the Erath is celebrated every year on the April 22nd and also can be called the International Day of Environmental Protection.  The purpose of this holiday is to inspire people all across the globe to protect and appreciate the nature. It was founded in the USA on the 22nd of April in 1970 and marked the beginning of the modern environmental movement. Read more

12th of April – World Aviation and Cosmonautics Day

April 12, 2010 by  
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The International Aviation and Cosmonautics Day is celebrated every April 12 in commemoration of the historic first space flight made on April 12, 1961 by 27 year old Russian cosmonaut Yuri Alekseevich Gagarin. During the flight, that lasted 1 hour and 48 minutes, he made one complete orbit around the Earth on the board of spacecraft “Vostok – 1”. There are three main dates in the history of space exploration: Read more

Does Your Beautiful Russian Bride Celebrate the Holy Easter Sunday?

April 4, 2010 by  
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Easter is one of the greatest annual holidays for all Christians. It is celebrated to honor the resurrection of Christ after his crucifixion. Every year the date of this holiday is new and different for Catholic and Orthodox Churches. But this year Easter is celebrated by both churches in one day, the 4th of April. Read more

You can speak with your Russian woman using five love languages

February 13, 2010 by  
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St. Valentine’s Day (February 14) is an excellent opportunity for a man to show love to his mail order bride with the help of gifts and symbols.

St. Valentine’s Day is celebrated all over the world annually. Lots of people rush to gift shops in desire to present their darlings something special. Flowers and cards, chocolate and balloons are the most popular purchases to this Day. But the one who will learn to understand the language of his beloved (his inner thoughts and wishes) will make the most desired present. Read more

Symbols of St. Valentine’s Day may become a good presents for your Russian lady

February 13, 2010 by  
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Lacework
Laces, as a symbol of St. Valentine’s Day, are closely related to love and romance. In ancient times when kings and knights left on war, their ladylove gave them laces. Popularity of this symbol can be explanation also in other way. Centuries ago ladies carried lacy handkerchief and if a lady dropped it courtesy demanded a man to pick it up for of her. Therefore very often ladies used this trick to strike up an acquaintance with men they liked.
Thus, laces conduced the uprise of love affairs in the palace. Step by step people began to associate laces with love and started to decorate gift boxes and valentine cards with beautiful ribbon.
So if you want to gift your mail order bride a box of sweets, it would be better to decorate it with lace ribbons. With its help your present will look elegant and festive. Read more

Do you and your Russian bride know the legend about Cupid – the God of Love?

February 13, 2010 by  
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Cupid is the Roman god of love. He is the son of goddess Venus and the most famous symbol of St. Valentine’s Day. He is a mischievous little angel with a bow and a quiver of arrows. He shoots straight and those people and gods who are wounded by Cupid fell in love. In the Greek version he was a young son of goddess Aphrodite named Eros.
One of the myths tells a gentle and touching love story of Cupid and Psyche. Cupid’s mother Venus became jealous of the Psyche ethereal beauty. She ordered Cupid to punish mortal, but he felt in love and she became his wife. And as people had no right to see gods, Psyche didn’t know how her husband looked. Read more

Halloween Sexy Night 2009

October 19, 2009 by  
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With less than two weeks to go, the final countdown is on and Halloween will fall on the best of days, Saturday. So this is the year to go all out with your decorating and to host a super Halloween party! People are starting to unpack their Halloween decorations to decorate their homes. Adults and children alike are trying to decide on their costume selection for this Halloween and preparing for Halloween costume parties, costume contests, masquerade balls, themed nightclubs, and yes, even Trick or Treating. Halloween has always been very popular with adults, but over the last decade, the level of participation by them has grown tremendously. And there’s a good reason why. Its the one night of the year that grown-ups can dress up as any fantasy they want and have their persona excepted. Read more

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