Bucknell's Russian Program: The best Russian studies site I've seen.
Friends & Partners: A good starting point for general information.
Slavic Mythology: My guesses on the subject and Links to other sites.
Russian Museums: Links to Russian Museums On-Line
Russian & East European Studies: Pitt's Links to REESWEB
Russia & Eastern Europe: University of Texas Russian & Eastern European Pages and Links
Kazaki (Cossacks): Artiom Kochukov's Kazaki Pages
Carpathian Rus History: An isolated Slavic group that may be related to the original Rus settlers of Kiev.
Maps of Russia: the University of Texas map collection
The Cyrillic Browser: resources and instructions to 'russify' your browser
Moskva (Moscow) Weather: Current conditions and forecast from the Weather Underground
For the serious student of Russian culture, you need to learn the language
and download a set of cyrillic fonts. Many of the Russian sites are on UNIX
systems and use the KOI-8 symbol set. The newer sites have begun to use the
Windows 1251 symbol set. If UniCODE replaces ASCII, the problem will go away.
These sites all have an English version.