Modern Cyrillic script. The Cyrillic alphabet has been adapted to write more than 50 different languages, mainly in Russia, Central Asia and Eastern Europe. In many cases additional letters are used, some of which are adaptations of standard Cyrillic letters, while others are taken from the Greek or Latin alphabets. (...)
Each printed cell is folded, stitched together with a thread or wire, cutIt is called book binding (booklet) to attach a cover to it and make it into a book.The effort to make a beautiful and robust book is as old as the history of the book.