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I think Trajan needs no introduction. This typeface knows any graphic designer. It's an old style serif typeface designed in 1989 by Carol Twombly for Adobe. It's very popular, but it still hasn't cyrillic. I tried to made this.
Trajan is based on Roman square capitals. Cyrillic didn't exist in Roman times, and i tried to imagine how it might be look in that time.
Actually, tail of Q and descenders of Щ, Ц is not the same elements,
but it makes more Roman look
Like a latin Trajan, cyrillic version can be used in books, magazines, billboards and, of course, movie posters.
Poster of "Flags of our Fathers" in Russia might be look like that
Many people ask me for this font, please, don't do this. I can't give it to you. Although cyrillic letters is mine, only Adobe can distribute this. I made this work only for self-training.
If you looking for cyrillic Trajan, you should try Romul by ParaType. It's bored, there is no tails in Ц, Щ but it's legal and made more professionally.