This a list of Web sites that cover a broad range of issues related
to Russia, former Soviet Union republics, and Cyrillic software.
|| Russian Web
General Web Sites on Russia
Russian Universities, Research Institutes and Museums
Demos Plus is a computer network company based in Moscow.
One of the two RELCOM founders.
Demos/+ WWW talks to you in Russian, English and Esperanto.
Relcom Online at
Kurchatov Institute of Atomic Energy, Moscow, Russia.
KIAE is another RELCOM founder.
Mark ITT is a Communications Companty in Republic of Udmurtia, Russia.
PC Center "TECHNO" is an Internet provider in Moscow.
MVC Net is an Internet provider at Simbirsk, former Ulyanovsk.
ELVIS+ is a Russian company based in Moscow.
SOVAM Teleport is a joint Soviet-American venture.
Web Sites about Russia and for Russians
is a well illustrated site -- all in Russian.
is a site created by Zak May who:
(1) Did a Russian emigrant-pop CD with songs he composed, performed, and arranged;
(2) Lives in San Fancisco area;
(3) Is a heavy smoker.
is a Russian site that, among other things,
maintains an archive of books in Russian.
New England Russian Community Network,
as the name implies, is a site for Russians who, live in
the New England (North East of the United States).
Stack Ltd is a Web-related company in a Puschino, Moscow region.
Labirint is site with Crosswords, Puzzles, amd Chess Problems.
Ruscom is a page for Russian community in Melbourne, Australia.
Russian West is a russian language Web Site dedicated to
American West Coast and Russian Far-East.
Russian America is an undertaking by Web Ideas Intl.
Avtopilot is a Russian Magazine for car lovers
Cross is a magazine in Russian that also maintains a
list of Russia-related web sites (проект Русская Паутина).
Perestroika is a Russian-related site in Chicago.
Odessit is a site totally devoted,
as you may have guessed, to Odessa.
Effect-Posev is a site that
has some humor and literary works in Russian.
Russian Yellow Pages is a collection of links
to Russian-related Web sites.
Russian New York is for Russians or anybody else who happens
to live in New York City.
Echo of Moscow is a chat site for all people
who have not forgotten their Moscow roots.
Snip-Snap-Snurre is a newspaper for kids ages 7 to 14.
Mikhail Yeselson Pages is a collection of stuff
for Jewish refugess from Russia and Ukraine.
Law Offices of Rajiv Khanna
provide useful immigration information including list of INS offices, US consulates
and Immigration FAQ.
is a rather big site devoted to various immigration issues.
is yet another immigration site.
Russian Toronto is a russian community page in Toronto, Canada.
They help you to immigrate to Canada.
Russian Books, CDs, Art
Paragraph is a software company
founded by Russian researchers.
Pluris Inc is a company in Bay Area (Silicon Valley), California,
started up by Vadim Antonov.
MacCampus offers a number of Cyrillic and other European fonts.
OK! Software, Inc.
has developed the CD-ROM Hello Russia English to
Russian Multimedia Phrase Book for learning
conversational Russian. It runs on a multimedia
PC with MS Windows 3.1. Click on English
text to hear native Russian.
Business Information and Miscellaneous
Voice Of Russia radio station is a legal successor
to Radio Moscow.
RELIS is a business information firm.
Investor''s Corner is a page for Russian-speaking investors.
Maximov is a company that provides information
and news from Russia.
Palms Russian Public Library is a site at Ministry of Education of Russia.
I have not seen many works in Russian there, though.
Seems to be an excerpt from Project Gutenberg.