Soviet Red Star (with a sickle and a hammer)

The Paper red star with the sickle and hammer
The Sickle and Hammer symbolized the nation’s workers and peasants while the red star represented the rule of the Communist Party. Thereby, the red star with the sickle and hammer was a little National Emblem of the USSR.
They can be seen all over the ex-USSR territory, on military uniforms, buckles, earflapped fur hats (ushankas), shoulder strapes, buildings, etc. They were placed, they are remained and they will be remained everywhere in general.
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Flag of Russia

The flag of Russia
The flag of Russia is a tricolor flag of three horizontal equal fields, white on the top, blue in the middle and red on the bottom. It can be seen on public offices, the faces of football fans and in the hands of foreign tourists in Red Square, Moscow.
The flag of Russia has no official construction meaning of colors. You can imagine your own nice bright meanings.
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Lenin

V. I. Lenin
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (22 April 1870 – today) was a Russian Marxist revolutionary, an author, a creator of the Soviet Communist Party, the leader of the 1917 October Revolution, a founder of the USSR, etc.
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Russian Stove

Paper russian stove
Russian stoves/ovens are unique type of ovens. They are used for domestic heating, cooking, sitting, lying, of course. Moreover, the ovens were private conveyance *
They were the main elements of Russian life. Ilya Muromets was able to lie on his oven for a period of 33 years, Emelya rode on it simply, Baba Yaga tried to bake children having lost in the forest *
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