Did you know that only about 50 Fabergé eggs were made, of which only 42 survive? They were beautiful, jewelled creations made by Peter Carl Fabergé from 1885 to 1917, mainly as Easter gifts for the Tsars to give their wives and mothers!
Russia Colouring Pages
Enjoy this collection of colouring pages with Russia as their theme! We've got colouring pages for the Sochi Olympics and some gorgeous Maryoshka dolls, a Russia map colouring page, children in traditional costume and some sightseeing colouring pages of famous landmarks in Saint Petersburg and Moscow!
The Kremlin in Moscow is the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation, and is an imposing collection of five palaces, four cathedrals and towers, all surrounded by an imposing wall.
Colour in this gorgeous picture of a matryoshka doll (a Russian nesting doll). She's so pretty we are sure the girls will love her!
Colour in this pretty matryoshka nesting doll, one of three full-sized colouring pages. Don't you think she is lovely?
World Cup 2018 is being hosted by Russia, so this colouring page includes the World Cup trophy, the all-important pair of football boots, and of course the Russian flag. Get the colouring pencils out!
Colour in this Russian flag with the correct colours. It's quite large so it is perfect for display when done.
This lovely Russia map colouring page picks out landmarks, animals and symbols to give the kids a little taste of Russia as they colour in...
Here's a pair of Russian children dressed in traditional Russian clothing from years gone by - a fun colouring project to print and share with the children.
Here's a fun colouring page of a traditional Russian dancer - doing what is sometimes known as a Cossack dance, complete with difficult knee bends and kicks!
Here's something slightly different - a colouring page with a fun pre-coloured background! Featuring our traditional Russian dancer doing a Cossack dance, it prints best on borderless settings (but you don't have to use them).
St Basil's Cathedral, found in the Red Square in Moscow, is like no other building in Russia or elsewhere! Shaped to mimic the flames of a bonfire, the design and colours are quite extraordinary. Perhaps you have been lucky enough to visit Moscow and see the Cathedral yourself.