International telephone country code to Russia is +7. Then you should dial a ten-digit number, where the first few digits are a city code.
The Russian national domain .ru occupies a 3rd place in the world in terms of the most popular websites in the world.
There is one Uniform number in case of emergencies (emergency, police, and ambulance)for mobile phones in Russia.
One Russian Ruble (the currency of Russia) contains 100 kopecks. But in real life kopecks (pennies) are almost not used.
In Russia there are 7 paper bills of the following denominations: 5, 10, 50, 100, 500, 1,000 and 5,000 Rubles. Banknotes of the Bank of Russia are among the most difficult to forge in the world. It is interesting that banknotes of the nominal value of 5 rubles are very rarely seen in circulation.
There are 9 denominations of coins in circulation in Russia. Kopecks: 1, 5, 10, and 50. Russian Rubles: 1, 2, 5, 10 and 25. It is Interesting that coins with a value of 25 rubles are not that common.
There are 3 versions of coins in denomination of 10 rubles in use. They are absolutely equivalent in value.
As of 2013, the citizens of 33 countries that visit Russia as tourists, can enter the territory of Russia without visas. Here is the list: Thailand, Argentina, Cuba, Nicaragua, Belarus, Serbia, Brazil, Venezuela, Guatemala, Israel, Chile, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Hong Kong, Macao, Colombia, Moldova, Uruguay, Azerbaijan, Peru, Tajikistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Montenegro, Armenia, Ecuador, South Ossetia.
Tourists from Russia can visit 112 countries without any special documents.
Sources: Bank of Russia, Ministry of foreign Affairs of Russia, Webnames.
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