Russian nesting doll are small, wooden dolls that look like the Russian Tsar Nicholas II and are part of a Russian art and tradition.
They are often placed on the front steps of Russian homes and in parks around Russia.
The dolls are traditionally painted pink and silver.
There are about 40 million of the dolls in the world, according to a 2010 report by the International Institute of Biodiversity and Conservation.
It is a popular tradition for Russians to decorate their homes with the dolls and there are many Russian dolls available in toy stores around the world.