Part 10: Reading Street Signs in Russia - Russian language online tutorial and phrase book

Author: Dmitry Paranyushkin (on 01 Feb 2015)
Most of the street signs in Russia are written, well, in Russian, so if you don't know cyrillic alphabet, you will get lost. Therefore, it's a really good idea to learn the Russian alphabet before traveling. However, if you're lazy or think it is not important, just print out the page below, so you can compare what's written on the street with the English translation that we provide.

 

 

Street & Metro Signs:

Currency Exchange
Metro
Entrance
Exit
Passage
Station
Stop
Careful
Attention
Shop
Opened
Closed
Opening Hours
Police

 
 
 

Street Signs:

You may find these words in the maps and schemes.

Street
Lane
  Passage
Embankment
Square
Bridge
Boulevard
Railway Station
Church
Museum
Park
Avenue
Metro Station


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