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Many foreign famous people in the world of science, art and culture had Russian brides or girlfriends. What did these companions influence on creativity, the political positions, social function of their elected representatives? Who knows what would they do in their lives without Russian wives? The famous French writer and public figure Romain Rolland was happily married to Maria Pavlovna Kudasheva. He dearly loved her, forgave her all the adventures, and said that Russian women are the best wives.
Spanish King Alfonso XIII, a grandfather of reigning King Juan Carlos I, was in love with Russian ballerina Vera Koshuba.
In 1929 Louis Aragon, French poet and writer, was married to a Russian translator Ella Kagan, whom he devoted many of his poems. These two creative people lived happily married for 40 years.
Some other examples of a true relationship with a Russian woman - French poet Paul Eluard and Spanish painter Salvador Dali. Their wife, of course at different times, was Elena Dyakonova that Dali called Gala, which means holiday. Elena Dyakonova was mysterious and controversial figure, but she was the most devoted friend and the best assistant of Salvador Dali.
legendary chess king Jose Raul Capablanca linked his life with the Russian Princess Olga Chegodaeva. Cuban met with a Russian beauty and a young widow of the emigrant in 1934.
The great Hungarian composer Emmerich Kalman in 1930 get married a young Russian immigrant from Perm, actress Vera Makinskaya, whom he devoted his operetta "The Violet of Montmartre."
English writer Arthur Ranson , Italian architect Vittorio Gregotti , French artist Fernand Leger were also married Russian ladies. Anna Akhmatova had cordial bonds of friendship and love with Amedeo Modigliani (Italian artist and sculptor, one of the most famous artists of the late 19th - early 20th century), the talented artist Mary Bashkirtseva was a girlfriend of Guy de Maupassant. According to some information the muse, model and a girlfriend of French master -sculptor Aristide Maillol was Russian beauty Dina Vierne. One of the masterpieces of Aristide Maillol which adorns the Champs Elysees in Paris is her sculpture.
And now we would like to finish the theme "Russian women" by Elena Dyakonova who is known as Gala Dali: "European man is a being addressed to the outer world, and the Russian woman to the inner world. This is the alliance between the creators of the West and the northern muses- advisers is based on."
In this article we will try to give an answer to such a vital question and disclose a secret of 10 most popular Russian cities beauties live. Read more