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List of cultural icons of Russia

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List of cultural icons of Russia

This is a list of cultural icons of Russia. It contains the most important symbols of Russia, including its national symbols and symbols associated with various aspects of the Russian culture.


Art, craft

Art movements: Constructivism (art and architecture), Cubo-Futurism, Naryshkin Baroque, Neo-primitivism, Nonconformism, Petrine Baroque, Postconstructivism, Rayonism, Russian avant-garde, Russian neoclassical revival, Russian Revival, Russian Symbolism, Suprematism, Socialist realism, Stalinist Empire style

Artistic groups: ASNOVA, Donkey's Tail, Jack of Diamonds, Mitki, OSA Group, Peredvizhniki, VKhUTEMAS

Crafts and handicraft technics: Gzhel, Dymkovo toys, Imperial porcelain, Khokhloma, Matryoshka doll, Palekh miniature, Vologda lace

Buildings and structures

Emblems and Symbols


Industry, science


Russian literature movements: Acmeism, Ego-Futurism, Imaginism, Russian futurism, Russian symbolism

Russian literature groups: Arzamas Society, LEF, Serapion Brothers


see also: Russian Opera, Russian Orthodox bell ringing, Russian rock

Russian music instruments: Balalaika, Bayan, Domra, Garmon, Gusli, Russian guitar, Treshchotka, Svirel



Television, radio, film, animation

Theatre, circus

See also

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