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Russian Women Come from a Variety of Communities

3. May 2012 by Christy 0 Comments

Many gentlemen wonder about the communities Russian and Ukrainian women call home. Do the ladies live in big cities or small towns? Do they live in warm climates or Arctic wastelands? The answer, of course, is it depends. No two cities in Eastern Europe are the same, and the women on RLM are scattered throughout Russia and the Ukraine.

Most of the ladies of Russian Love Match live in Ukraine and come from large cities like Odessa and Kiev as metropolises are often the best place to find schools, jobs, and introduction agencies. However, not all Ukrainian women live in urban centers. Some women come from small towns or villages and are content to live away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Prefer a woman from Russia? No problem. Over two hundred Russian ladies are looking for love on RLM. To search for women by location, simply head over to Hot Russian Brides’ Advanced Search page and select the country and city you prefer.


Wondering if a city girl or small town lady is a good match for you? You’re not alone. There are certainly advantages, and disadvantages, to dating each one. An obvious advantage to searching for a partner in a large city is the ease of travel. It’s much easier to reach Kiev or Odessa than a rural village. However, that doesn’t mean men should write off small town girls. Women in quaint villages typically have a strong attachment to family and home, qualities many gentlemen seek in future wives.

While Westerners tend to imagine Russia and parts of Ukraine as being cold, icy, and inhospitable, not all regions of Eastern Europe are bleak and frigid. Though some women do live in exceedingly cold climates, others live in coastal cities live Sevastopol which are warm even in the winter. The best way to learn what type of climate a lady enjoys (or endures) is to ask her. Though discussing the weather is thought to be boring, in this case it might just lead to a great conversation.