Nude In Russia's main focus is outdoor nudity and flashing joining the natural beauties of Russian landscape as well as the most famous monuments with the beauty of the nude female body. Public nudity is one topic, but so is outdoor nudity, or even more so nude in the snow, showing how chilly on one hand side, but also how beautiful and romantic the snowy Russian winters can get.|
The fun and natural enthusiasm shown by our girls in all series, even during the coldest temperatures (-26.5°C / -16°F so far was the coldest we did a series at) is something we are very proud to share and also led us to open another new additional section (meaning we did not cut down on any other updates for this) which is studio and in-private series where some girls like to show us a more glamorous side and some others a nastier side of themselves.
We show Russian daily life as well as locations off the beaten tourist track and we also provide background information on significant sights and monuments we had our girls pose in front of. Shivering, but still having fun and enjoying themselves, we have our girls play with and in the snow and at times there are many people around enjoying whatever our girls are willing to play along live. We also provide bio information on each girl as well as a description of what happened at each specific series, so you can understand better what happened and empathize the live experience.
Bottom line is that we enjoy bringing all of Russia's beauties to you, from landscape, over monuments, the history and surely also as the main focus the Russian girls in public nudity, flashing and nude in the snow scenarios.
About Russian Culture. The defeat of the Russian Empire in World War I led to the seizure of power by the Communists and the formation of the USSR. The brutal rule of Josef STALIN (1924-53) strengthened Russian dominance of the Soviet Union at a cost of tens of millions of lives. The Soviet economy and society stagnated in the following decades until General Secretary Mikhail GORBACHEV (1985-91) introduced glasnost (openness) and perestroika (restructuring) in an attempt to modernize Communism, but his initiatives inadvertently released forces that by December 1991 splintered the USSR into 15 independent republics. Since then, Russia has struggled in its efforts to build a democratic political system and market economy to replace the strict social, political, and economic controls of the Communist period. A determined guerrilla conflict still plagues Russia in Chechnya.