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compare and contrast Russia and USA

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Compare and Contrast
Russia and the United States By Annaleise Tripp Capital of... Population of... GDP of... Languages spoken in... Climate in ... Russia is located in Asia and Europe and it's capitol is Moscow which is located in Europe. The stars on the american flag represent the 50 states and the 13 red and white strips represent the 13 original colonies. Red stands for hardiness and valor, Blue stands for perseverance and justice, and White stands for purity and innocents. United States of America : Washington D.C.
Washington D.C. is at 39 N, 77 W. Washington D.C. is the capital of the USA and has been since July 16th, 1790. United States :
The languages spoken in the United States are English, and Spanish are mostly spoken but there are more depending on where you come from. The United States dont have an official language like most other countries. United States :
The population of the United States is 316,668,567 people through out our whole country. United States :
The GDP of the United States is $14,991,300 in US money. This is from 2011. United States :
The climates in the United States is Marine-West-Coast, Tundra, Subarctic, Tropical wet and dry, Desert, Highlands, Humid Subtropical, and Humid Continental. People in the US farm, fish, hike, ski, and do other activities that relies on it's climates. The United States capitol is Washington D.C. which is located in between Virginia and Maryland Location of... Flag of... White stands for peace, innocents, perfection, and liberty. Blue stands for faith and loyalty. Red stands for energy, power and blood. Russia : Moscow
Moscow is at 56 N, 38 E. Moscow is the capital of Russia even though it's in Europe. Russia :
The official language in Russia is Russian but they speak many other languages that are their unofficial languages such as Czech, Polish, Armenian, Finnish, German, Romanian, etc. Russia :
The population of Russia is 142,500,482 through out the whole country. Russia :
The GDP of Russia is $1,857,770 in US money. This is from 2011. Russia :
The Climates of Russia are Humid Continental, Tundra, Subarctic, and Semi Arid. People farm, heard, ski, swim, etc. due to climate types. Traditional Foods in ... United States :
People eat turkey on Thanksgiving, some people eat apple pie, Pumpkin pie, pizza(different types), hamburgers, and other foods from around the world. Russia :
People in Russia eat different soups like borscht, shchi, okroshka, people also eat pelmeni which is minced meat wrapped in thin dough, buckwheat porridge with milk is a breakfast food, fish, pies and pancakes are some foods there. Russian Syrniki
1 cup cottage cheese
2 eggs, beaten
3 tablespoons white sugar
2 tablespoons semolina flour
3 tablespoons all-purpose flour, plus extra for dusting
1/3 cup canola oil for frying

1.Mix together the cottage cheese, eggs, and sugar. Stir in semolina and all-purpose flour, and work into a soft dough. Turn the dough onto a floured surface, and roll into a 1-inch thick log. Slice the log into 8 pieces, then pat each piece in additional flour to form a patty.

2.Heat the oil over medium heat until hot. Fry the syrniki in hot oil until golden brown on each side, 3 to 4 minutes per side. Interesting facts about ... United States : Russian chemist Dmitrii Mendeleev created the periodic table of elements arranging them according to scientific law.
Carl Faberge, the famous goldsmith, designed a number of golden Easter Eggs for the royal family.
Russia was the biggest country in the Soviet Union. They were allies to the USA in WWI and WWII.
Russia was known as the USSR or the Soviet Union. Russia : The world's first atomic bomb was set off in New Mexico in 1945.
Hawaii is the only state to grow coffee.
Death Valley is the lowest point in the US.
More Revolutionary wars were fought in South Carolina than any where else. Famous people of... United States: Russia : Alexander Middendorf, was a zoologist and explorer, he studied the influence that permafrost had on living things like plants and people.
Lina Stern, pioneer researcher of blood–brain barrier.
Livery Darkshevich, neurologist Albert Einstein is a famous physicist and the discoverer of the theory of relativity which is only understandable to fewer than a dozen people.
Charles Lindbergh who is famous for his solo flight across the Atlantic ocean.
Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly over the Atlantic ocean solo.
Helen Keller was both blind and deaf and she was an author and an political activist. Well or Not so well Known Businesses of... United States : Russia : АэрофлотSiberia Airlines(airlines) is in Novosibirsk,Russia.
Akella(software) is in Russia's capital Moscow.
Bank Rossiya(bank) is in Saint Petersburg,Russia Ford automobiles were the first cars ever made in the US. They were invented by Henry Ford and were manufactured in Detroit,Michigan .
Explore TC(in-room hotel visitor channel) is all about what you can do in Traverse City on vacation. Olympic Athletes/Pro Athletes of ... United States : Russia : Michael Phelps is a swimmer who has been in the Olympics and has won 18 Gold, 2 Silver, 2 Bronze medals. He has been in the Olympics from 2004-2012.
Carl Osburn is on team USA for shooting and was in the Olympics from 1912-1924 and had won 5 Gold, 4 Silver, and 2 Bronze medals. Stanislav Pozdnyakov is a fencer who was in the Olympics in 1992-2004 and won 4 Gold, 0 Silver, and 1 Bronze medals.
Larisa Lazutina was in the Olympics for cross-country skiing and was in the Olympics from 1992-1998. She won 5 Gold, 1 Silver, and 1 Bronze medals. People per car of ... United States : Russia : 794 people per car out of one thousand people. 271 people per car out of one thousand people. (from 2009) (from 2010) Russia is about 3 times the size of the US but Russia's population is about 2 times the size. The US has a higher GDP than Russia. The climates are similar like for winter and in the North it's colder year round. They have similar foods and are different because of the seasons. There some well known and not so well known businesses in both countries.
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