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Russian Cyrillic Alphabet Chart

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I've been searching for a chart that gives Russian Cyrillic alphabet letters and the equivalent abc's. I've googled, checked Wickipedia, etc. and while I've learned a lot about St. Cyril, the history of the alphabet and just about everything except what I want!

Hoping someone can direct me to a Cyrillic/abc's chart. We leave for Russia on 7/17 and I'm hoping to find something before we go. I understand signage in Russia is mostly in Cyrillic, unlike Greece where we found in Athens both Cyrillic/English street signs, etc. The chart I'm seeking would be very helpful in this regard.

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