Are the beautiful women on the Russian and Ukrainian dating websites for real and can you succeed with one? If you want a beautiful Russian wife you can find one, but you need to educate yourself first. This book is the ultimate guide to success with Russian, Ukrainian and other women from the former Soviet Union The Russian Bride Guide
Perm (Russian: Пермь) is a city and the administrative center of Perm Krai, Russia situated on the banks of the Kama River, in the European part of Russia near the Ural Mountains. From 1940 to 1957 Perm was named Molotov (Russian: Мо́лотов). Perm is served by Bolshoye Savino Airport and hosts Bakharevka Air Base. The city is a modern one, but its name is taken from the medieval principality called Perm. The name Perm is of unknown etymology, but likely of Uralic (Komi or Veps) origin.
The Perm Opera and Ballet House is the one of the best in Russia.There are many other theatres in the city of Perm, including the Drama Theatre, the Puppet Theatre, the Theatre for Young Spectators, the Theatre Stage Molot and the Theatre Near Bridge. Among the cities museums and galleries, the Perm State Art Gallery is recognized for its outstanding collections of art, including paintings from the 15th to 18th century art movements, and wooden sculptures from the region. It is housed in a notable early 19th century building, once an orthodox cathedral. The spire of the museum towers over the rest of Perm, as it is situated on the Komsomolsky Prospect. Perm is also receiving deserved attention from the development of the new Museum of Contemporary Art, which opened officially in March of 2009.
Perm is an important railway junction on the Trans-Siberian Railway with lines radiating to Central Russia, the north part of the Urals, and the far east of Russia. The Kama River is an important link in the unifying deepwater system of the European part of Russia. The river connects the city with other European waterways. It is possible to ship cargo from the Kama River area to the sea ports of the White, Baltic, Azov, Black, and Caspian seas without reloading onto different vessels. Perm is served by the international airport Bolshoye Savino lying 16 kilometers to the south-west. The city of Perm has a public transit network including trams, buses, and trolleybus routes.
The city of Perm is located on the bank of the Kama River upon hilly terrain. The Kama River is the main tributary of the Volga River and one of the deepest and most picturesque rivers of Russia. This river is the waterway which grants the Urals access to the White Sea, Baltic Sea, Sea of Azov, Black Sea, and Caspian Sea. The Kama River divides the city into two parts, the central part and the right bank section, and it stretches for 70 kilometers along the Kama and 40 kilometers across it. The city street grid parallels the Kama River, traveling generally east-west, while other main streets run perpendicularly to those following the river. The grid pattern accommodates the hills of the city where it crosses them.
Another distinguishing feature of the city's relief is the large quantity of small rivers and brooks. The largest of these are the Mulyanka, Yegoshikha, Motoviliha - all on the left bank of Kama River, and the Gaiva situated on the right bank. Perm enjoys a continental climate with warm summers and long, cold and snowy winters.
In the 1930s, Perm grew as a major industrial city with aviation, shipbuilding, and chemical factories built during that period. Development continued after the 1940s and virtually every major industry became represented by numerous factories in Perm. To this day, almost 80% of the city's population is employed in manufacturing. During the World War II, Perm was a vital center of artillery production in the Soviet Union.
From 1940 until 1957, the city was named Molotov (Russian: Мо́лотов), after Vyacheslav Molotov. Today the city is a major administrative, industrial, scientific, and cultural center. The leading industries include machinery, defence, oil production offering about 3% of Russian output, oil refining, chemical and petrochemical, timber and wood processing and the food industry. In the city of Perm since 2004 was stationed modern Russia's first Muslim Cossack unit.
Perm is a scientific and educational center - some of the scientific institutes are combined in the Perm Scientific Center of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Perm is a home to several major universities including Perm State University, Perm State Technical University, Perm State Teachers Training University, Perm State Medical Academy, Perm State Pharmaceutical Academy, Perm State Agricultural Academy, The Institute of Art and Culture, Perm State Choreographic School, Perm branch of the State University Higher School of Economics and others. There are also three military schools in Perm.