Learning Cyrillic

Learning Cyrillic

the alphabet that looks like broken latin but is actually not!

Location: 

Vyborg, Leningrad Oblast, Russia

Duration: 

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Journey: 

personal highlights

  1. Cyrillic: a variation of our Latin alphabet (looks like broken) 
  2. Origin: it was created in Bulgaria one millennium ago
  3. Russian: reading Cyrillic, doesn't mean you understand Russians!
  4. Advertisements: brands are the best words to start reading Cyrillic

image sources

  1. Subways in St. Petersburg
  2. Movenpick advertisement
  3. Starbucks in St. Petersburg
  4. MC Donalds advertisement

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