Russian culture is fairly important in Lovia. A small minority of Russian speakers and people of Russian ethnicity exists across Lovia, but they are particularly concentrated in Novosevensk and surrounding areas of Seven.
Probably less than half of Russian-Lovians speak Russian as their native language. Around two-thirds speak at least some. Almost all speak fluent English, apart from a few older people in Novosevensk.
Communities in LoviaEdit
The largest community of Russian-Lovians is located in Novosevensk, but smaller groups also exist in Kinley, Newhaven and Noble City. Russian-Lovians comprise 25.6% of the population in Seven, 0.6% of the population of Oceana, and an unknown proportion in Clymene, Kings, and Sylvania.
List of Russian-LoviansEdit
- Irina Sevenskaya, self styled 'Countess of Seven.'
- Anatoli Bershov, former militia leader.
- K.S. Shamilov, businessman.
- Nikolai Sharapov, first Russian immigrant to Lovia and founder of Novosevensk.
- Vladimir Klopov, businessman.
- Alexey Hovlouchuk, film director.
- Denis Grigorev, campaigner for Novosevensk's independence.
- Yuri Aksyonov, balalaika player and CNP politician.
- Dimitri Kalinnikov, CNP politician.
- Semyon Breyev, current Governor of Seven and Speaker of the Congress.
- Anton Shcherbakov, personality of the Lovian Civil War (he rebelled against the rebels).
- Dormidont Petropavlov, priest at the Church of St. Abraham.
- Nikolai Koshkov, Civil War rebel and for a short time consul of the RLT.
- MC Squad, rapper.
- Vladimir Boudenski, part-Russian communist politician.
- Levi Straszev, Green Party politician.
- Matthew Anderson, businessman and PCP politician (part-Russian)
- Djeko Vasilyev, Green politician.
- Avrohom Spall, rabbi at Canterbury Synagogue (Russian Jew).
- Nikolay Medvedev, mathematician and economist and grandfather of Yuri Medvedev.
- Alfred T. Myshkin, leader of 7.
- Arthur Ismagiloff, Supreme Court judge.
- Jared Buchanan, former governor of Seven.
- Octavius Latvalainen, part-Russian novelist and poet.
- Mikhail Medvedev, father of Yuri Medvedev.
- Moshe Shkolnik, founder of Canterbury Synagogue and early Russian settler of Canterbury.
See also Edit
- Bosnian culture in Lovia
- British culture in Lovia
- French culture in Lovia
- German culture in Lovia
- Limburgish culture in Lovia
- Romanian culture in Lovia
- Slovak culture in Lovia
- Ukrainian culture in Lovia
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