You know the meaning of the Russian flag (Photo: Getty)

Russia has been in the headlines lately as he continues his invasion Ukraineresulting in many Ukrainian refugees fleeing their homeland.

On May 9, Vladimir Putin made Fr. Victory Day speech defending Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and criticizing NATO.

Not surprisingly, interest in Russia has grown over the past few months as the West imposes sanctions on the country.

But where exactly is Russia and what does the Russian flag symbolize?

Here’s everything you need to know.

Where is Russia?

Russia is the largest country in the world (Photo: Getty)

Russia is located in Europe and is the largest country in the world. It occupies almost twice the territory of the second largest country in the world, Canada.

Russia extends to the vast eastern space Europe and even northern Asia.

What is the population of Russia?

According to Britannica, Russia’s population is over 143.1 million. No wonder why this is the largest country in the world, right?

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What is the capital of Russia?

The capital of Russia is Moscow, located on the Moscow River in western Russia.

Moscow has the historical core of the Kremlin. Russian President Vladimir Putin lives in Moscow.

The Kremlin was founded by the ruling Rurik dynasty (Photo: Getty)

When did Russia become an independent country?

Russia became an independent country in December 1991. This happened after the collapse of the Soviet Union, of which she was a part.

The Soviet Union, commonly referred to as the USSR, included other European countries, such as Ukraine, Latvia, Georgia, Estonia, and others.

The collapse of communism in the region is what contributed to and ultimately led to the failure of the collapse of the USSR.

What does the Russian flag symbolize?

Each color counts on the flag (Photo: Getty)

The colors of the Russian flag have different meanings.

The white color symbolizes nobility and sincerity, while blue means fidelity, honesty, perfection and chastity.

The red color on the Russian flag should mean courage, generosity and love.

The official explanation of the colors of the Russian flag was invented in the time of Alexander III.

What language is spoken in Russia?

Russian is the state language in Russia.

However, there are other languages ‚Äč‚Äčthat are often spoken in the country, including German, French, Turkish and Ukrainian.

Do you know the name of the Russian currency? (Photo: Getty)

What currency is used in Russia?

The Russian ruble is the currency used in Russia. At present, one Russian ruble costs 0.012 pounds – exactly at the time of writing.

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