14 Missile Train 2

Missile Train 2

We had sometime ago photo series of Russian train that can carry
nuclear strategic ballistic missiles, now we have video!
85 Happy Birthday Lenin!

Happy Birthday Lenin!

Today is 137th Lenin's Birthday
Anniversary. Here is a Lenin Video.
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265 Cake Art

Cake Art

All you see below are cakes that can be eaten without any part of it left. No plastics or any other
artificial stuff is being used - everything is eatable. All this cakes by Zhanna from St. Petersburg.
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22 Bridge Made of Matches

Bridge Made of Matches

Sometime ago we had an Eiffel tower made of matches on English Russia, now
there is just a bridge made of matches by Russian guy Alexander_II.
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49 Lambo Moscow

Lambo Moscow

You can often meet at Moscow streets a few expensive
cars at once. Like those two $300K Lamborghinis.
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180 This Weekend in Moscow

This Weekend in Moscow

This weekend in Moscow there were some civil actions. Many Russian bloggers post photos from the events, but the most popular photo is
this one. By the way it's not just a unlucky guy on the photo but a reporter from a Russian newspaper. submitted by Gary
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93 The Remains of Kursk Submarine

The Remains of Kursk Submarine

K-141 Kursk was a Russian nuclear cruise missile submarine which was lost with all hands when it sank in the Barents Sea on August 12, 2000. It was named after the Russian city Kursk, around which the largest tank battle in military history, the Battle of Kursk, took place in 1943. The Kursk sailed out to sea to perform an exercise of firing dummy torpedoes at Pyotr Velikiy, a Kirov class battlecruiser. On August 12, 2000 at 11:28 local time (07:28 UTC), the missiles were fired, but an explosion occurred soon after on Kursk. The only credible report to-date is that this was due to the failure and explosion of one of Kursk's new/developmental torpedoes. The chemical explosion blasted with the force of 100-250 kg of TNT and registered 2.2 on the Richter scale [1]. The submarine
sank to a depth of 108 metres, approximately 135km (85 miles) off Severomorsk, at 69°40′N, 37°35′E. A second explosion 135 seconds after the initial event measured between 3.5 and 4.4 on the Richter scale, equivalent to 3-7 tons of TNT [2]. Either this explosion or the earlier one propelled large pieces of debris far back through the submarine. Kursk was eventually raised from her grave by a Dutch team using the barge Giant 4, and 115 of the 118 dead were recovered and laid to rest in Russia. Russian officials have strenuously denied claims that the sub was carrying nuclear warheads. When the boat was raised by a salvage operation in 2001 there were considerable fears moving the wreck could trigger explosions.
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33 Abandoned Bio-Chemistry Lab

Abandoned Bio-Chemistry Lab

While travel to Russia you can meet wonderful places.
For example like this abandoned bio chemistry lab.
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11 Weird Ice-Cream Booths

Weird Ice-Cream Booths

These are two weird ice cream
booth from Moscow city downtown.
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49 Soviet Things

Soviet Things

These are things from Russian past. Those who are of
Soviet origin may find them very nostalgic.
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