Russian greetings A firm, almost bone crushing, handshake is typical greeting when meeting someone in Russia.(Although the handshake between women and men is less firm.) Russians also maintain direct eye contact while giving the appropriate greeting for the time of day.There is a strong, collective spirit in Russia coming from their history of being an agricultural community, and their political history.Thus, Russians are very proud of their cultural heritage and their country.
Lastly, Russians rarely display affection in public.
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Apartments are usually small, but you'll frequently find that more than one family generation lives together.
Russians have a general affinity for groups, so if you are invited to someone's home, it's likely that you will feel welcome and part of their collective family unit.