Monitoring the geography, natural ecology, and human ecology of Russian born diseases. The maps depict: upper left: a latitude defined Russian born tick disease. upper right: tick born encephalitis [WHO, 1989]. lower left: distribution of common population related infectious diseases. Lower right: the nidus for Omsk Fever.
This picture is a pie chart of the religions in Russia. Islam is practiced in 5% of the population in Russia. Catholicism, Protestantism, Judaism and Buddhism is practised in 1% of the population each. 8% of the population is russia practises Atheist. The reason why the data on the pie chart is different because the the information was recorded in a different time period. This can show us what type of society might make up the parts of Russia.
Saint George Cathedral (Russian: Георгиевский собор) in Yuryev-Polsky is one of a dozen surviving white-stone churches which were built in Vladimir-Suzdal Principality in the northeastern Rus prior to the Mongol invasion.