Question 2. Culture- majority of believers belong to the Orthodox Christian (adopted Christianity under Prince Vladimir of Kiev in 988, Russia soon laid foundations for the rise of the Russian Orthodox Church) Orthodox teachings include the doctrine of the Holy Trinity and the inseparable but distinguishable union of the two natures of Jesus Christ--one divine, the other human. Among saints, Mary has a special place as the Mother of God. Russian Orthodox services, noted for their pageantry, involve the congregation directly by using only the vernacular form of the liturgy. The liturgy itself includes multiple elaborate systems of symbols meant to convey the content of the faith to believers.
Question 3. Politics/govt- federation (political parties of Communist, United Russia, Duma, Liberal Democratic).
Question 4. Speech-
Question 5. Internet usage- Moscow has certain areas of Internet connections, some have to pay to use, others are just wide open networks, but may not necessarily be secured. Anything you search on the Internet can be looked and monitored at by government, anyone can easily search something can could possibly be used to attack or threaten someone and start a major commotion in the city.
Question 6. Health care- provided by a broad network of out-patient clinics , hospitals , preventive medical institutions, and pharmacies. guaranteed medical assistance; its quality is constantly improved by introduction of latest diagnosis methods and permanent correction of medical technologies. Scientific support of practical medicine by leading medical universities of Moscow and Russia has special importance for the development of health care in the Russian capital. Medicament supplies are...