6 More Church in Russian Army

More Church in Russian Army

Posted on December 7, 2006 by team

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This photos is probably of some more connection of Russian Army Church.

This time in gas masks, wearing something looking like Russian Orthodox church domes with crosses, and having church windows drawn on their bodies.

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6 Responses to “More Church in Russian Army”

  1. Bert says:

    Abu Ghraib? ;)

  2. illlich says:

    Church of Dada. (they represent the “Cathedral of of Saint Dada.”)

  3. Acts_of_Atrocity says:

    And again, “WTF?”

    To me, they represent a group of people wearing gas masks and strange costumes, that have nothing to do with Russian Orthodox Church, OR russian army.

  4. Yuri says:

    WTF??? It looks like Halloween on acid…

  5. cro says:

    Citizens act against the building of enormous tower in the Saint-Petersburg. That project by Gazprom monopoly will heavily affect and disbalance the arctitecture ensemble of the city. Respirator symoblizes the gas attack on historical centre. That’s the plot.

  6. Saskia says:

    Looks like Smolny during the Petrograd siege.

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