Most uppercase letters of this constructivist font are made to look like cyrillic letters, so by carefully interspersing those you can set your text and headlines with it and make it look russian!
To a native russian this of course looks very silly indeed, so to make amends for toying with their letters I have also included a full proper and genuine cyrillic character set.
So this is the first CheapProFonts font to support languages using the cyrillic script in addition to the usual 65 latin-based languages.
Vic Fieger says: "This font was designed with Russian constructivist artwork in mind, particularly works by El Lissitski. This new version is essentially the same as the original, but with a few of the rough edges rounded off."
Kremlin II Pro is a professionally reworked font that contains an extended character set for setting text in 65 languages requiring more than the basic A-Z!