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Dates are usually written in "day month year" DMY order.

This order is used in both the all-numeric date for example " Coincidentally, in Polish rome ny massage word for year is "rok", so a similar date format is used by the Poles e. Single-digit numbers for day or month may have a rhe zero for example " The first day of the week in Russia is Monday.

Russia used the Byzantine calendar up tothe Julian calendar between andand the Gregorian calendar since Until the final years of Peter the Great in the early s, How to write the date in russian used Cyrillic numerals to denote dates on coins. The hour notation is often used in the spoken language. The hour notation is used in writing, with a colon as the standardised and recommended separator e.

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