There are many, many traditions in Russia, and almost all of them are interesting.
Some traditions are the wedding traditions. One way to be married is to spend 2 years together, to have a wedding like Americans do only it last usually two days, and the last way is to merely go to the ZAGS and get an official license. When women were married in the old days it was custom for them to have as many children as possible so they could increase the population of Russia. If they didn't, they were considered a disgrace. When young people were married it was tradition to bring a flower to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. There was a flame constantly burning there. The flame is called the eternal flame.
Another Russian tradition is they don't celebrate Christmas to such an extent as we do. They celebrate New Years day a lot more. Ded Moroz is the Russia version of Santa Clause. He has one helper who's name is Snegwronchka.