What is money called in Russia?

Answer The ruble (sometimes spelled "rouble") is the name of the currency in Russia, and has been for several hundred years. The name "ruble" comes from the Russian word "rubit," meaning "to chop."Source:... Read More »

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What is Russia's legislature called?

Russia's legislative branch of government is known as the Federal Assembly of Russia and consists of a 628-member parliament. Elections were first held in December 1993 when the Assembly was first ... Read More »

What is the train from China to Russia called?

The train from China to Russia is called the Trans-Siberian Railway. Serving as a major network of railroads through the region collectively known as Eurasia, the Trans-Siberian Railway connects Ch... Read More »

What is Russia's largest navy ship called?

Russia's largest naval ship is the Admiral Flota Sovetskogo Soyuza Kuznetsov, a heavy aircraft carrying cruiser. It is Russia's only aircraft carrier and measures 302.3 meters, or 991.5 feet, in le... Read More »

What kind of money is used in Russia?

The Russian ruble is the official currency of the Russian Federation. The ruble is one of the world's oldest forms of currency, originally appearing in the 15th century. The ruble is used by many o... Read More »