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European Russia is the mass of Russian land west of the Ural Mountains. It is not a separate country, but rather called European Russia because of its political and cultural blending with European countries and peoples.

St. Petersburg and Moscow, (the capital) are located in European Russia but the entire country is (geographically) still considered a part of Asia.

The Russian Federation - spread over all climate zones (except tropical) - is the world's largest country, with land that stretches halfway around the planet.

Russian poster sizes are issued in a very wide variety of sizes, the most common being

16x22-23 - this is the most common smaller size but other small sizes include 13x19, 18x26 and 21x26.

22x34 - this is the most common size and used as the one sheet. There are also variations, some slightly smaller 20x31 & 20x32 and some larger from 25 - 28 in width and 37 - 41 in height.

 

 
Reissues and Reproductions

Quite often you need to do a little research into dating films originally released from other countries. Russia has been late in releasing films from outside the country. What may seem to be a reissue, might be the original release in Russia. For example, the original release for Star Wars (77) in Russia wasn't until 1991.

Reproductions are not common but, because of the rising popularity, I expect to see some soon.

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To see what Russian posters that we have in our database, click here. The green dollar mark means that one of our dealers have that poster for sale.

 


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