There are many places which you are not advised to visit while on your travel to Russia. Probably every big city dweller would tell you that it is not a good idea to visit for example a club in Russian countryside on weekends. The reason is simple, in Russia almost all public rest activities of youth on countryside are connected with excessive consumption of alcohol, which leads to uncontrollable violence rate in Russian countryside public places
during weekends. It’s really a way to prove that you are a brave man, to visit the Russian countryside club. More than that such drunk fighting activity in Russian clubs are not something young people try to avoid. Russian young men are fond of participating in this fights and most of all they like to fight against the strangers. Here is just a sample photo of what how the participants look afterwards.
This is Russian helicopter MI-24, but these particular are from Polish army. Poland during Soviet era was buying a lot of weapons from Soviet Union. In Russia pilots call it “The Crocodile” because some of it’s form
resemble some reptile according to their point of view. So this Polish pilots decided to go further and drew reptile eyes on their helicopters, so now the crocodile analogy can be seen even more precisely.
Russian wooden architecture is something you can meet in any Russian village all your way through Russia. Here we had already an article about Kizhi wooden churches, the place, the island on Onega lake in Karelia, Russia, where different examples of Russian wooden architecture are collected, from all over the Russia. Today it’s a different story, this is a sample of
just a common village from Russian rural countryside. It’s not something from medieval times, it’s a way of how the modern Russian countryside house builders look on things. Buildings on this photosets are used in everyday life – there are photos of schools, city hall (village hall) etc. This is simple Russian school.