The Republic Of The Soviet Union Essays

1346 Words Apr 27th, 2016 6 Pages
On February 13th, 1988, I was born in a big, beautiful city of Samarkand, Republic of Uzbekistan. It is a very ancient city with a great deal of historical monuments which attracts tourists from all over the world. Uzbekistan is a Muslim country now, but until 1990, it was part of the great Soviet Union. For this reason, we have a large variety of nationalities and religions, such as: Russian, Armenian, Jews, Korean, Uzbek, Tajik, Iranian, and so on and on…
My family of three people is actually Armenian, even though dad married a Russian woman, which is not very common. The Armenian nation is so dominant that regardless of the woman’s nationality, if family elders accepted her, she is automatically called an Armenian Bride. Parents are usually really strict, especially the father. I believe this made me the most obedient child in the whole world with great respect for my dad. His word was the law. At the same time, he had a really loving and caring heart. I can compare his personality to a walnut; really hard from the outside, and very soft and tender from the inside.
So I was deeply loved by my parents, sometimes to insanity. Dad always kept me "under his wings", and always limited my freedom and opportunities to be responsible for myself. Dad newer allowed me to go out with my friends, which makes it really difficult to build friendship. I wished I had had siblings, so at least they could have been my friends. Also, maybe my parents could have shared their love between…

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